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Fire Burns Ala. City's Sanitation Trucks

October 28, 2014

A fire at the City of Huntsville, Ala., fleet management building on Sunday morning burned three sanitation trucks parked at the facility, according to WHNT News.

The fire began in one sanitation truck and spread to two others, and each truck costs about $300,000.

Investigators haven’t yet determined the cause of the fire. No injuries were reported, according to AL.com.

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