Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Vallejo, CA: Car Rental Corporation Set on Fire


An early morning fire at an Enterprise car rental at 1225 Sonoma Boulevard in Vallejo. destroyed several cars.

Three cars were on fire when firefighters arrived. The cars were leaking gas and the gas was on fire too.

It appears the arsonist used an accelerant to start the fire at three of the vehicles' gas input doors, two of which were open.

The estimated the damage from the blaze at $175,000


http://www.ktvu.com/news/17740065/detail.html

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