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Old 04-25-2014, 10:20 PM   #1
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RV Fire Jams Traffic on EB I-70 In Kansas City, KS

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KANSAS CITY, KS. —An RV fire snarled traffic on eastbound Interstate 70 near 78th Street Friday morning.

Heavy smoke cloaked the highway, and authorities shut down all eastbound lanes for several minutes. Two lanes were getting by the scene at 11:20 a.m. All lanes reopened by early afternoon. No injuries were reported.

Read more: RV fire snarls traffic on EB I-70 near 78th Street | Local News - KMBC Home
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Wow

Not much left of that RV. Glad no one was hurt. Sad day for owners.
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I wonder if I started in the microwave. It's been happening more lately. I hope everyone is ok. I could tell from the photo what brand it is.
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