Pickup truck and cargo of cabinets destroyed by fire

Written by  Wednesday, 23 April 2014 09:33

  Walter Baker was driving the pickup truck on Northside East in the vicinity of the Dairy Queen shortly before 12:30 yesterday when he noticed flames coming from the truck.  He pulled into a vacant lot across the street between a convenience store and a monument store. 

 

  Fire fighters responded but the flames spread quickly engulfing the truck and the cabinets in the bed.  Baker was not injured.  The cause of the fire is unknown.

 

 

 

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