Orlando firefighters combat vehicle fire in downtown

Orlando Fire Department crews were called to the scene of a vehicle fire near a popular intersection in downtown this week.

On Tuesday, August 22, emergency crews responded to the intersection of Garland Avenue and South Street in downtown Orlando after receiving reports of a car fire.

Crews arrived on the scene within 4 minutes of receiving the call. Upon arrival, firefighters ensured that the occupants of the vehicle had safely exited before they rapidly extinguished the fire.

There were no injuries reported as a result of the incident, and the cause of the fire is still under investigation.

During a separate incident on Wednesday, Orlando Fire Department crews were called to the scene of a semi-truck fire.

Semi truck fire in Orlando on August 23 1

That fire was extinguished and hazmat crews cleaned up over 100 gallons of fuel and oil that leaked out of the vehicle.

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