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Old 06-21-2013, 09:32 AM   #1
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Fire on George Washington Bridge

Driving home yesterday from NJ to NY , there was a Class C going westbound that had been on fire. When we passed the fire had already been put out but it was evident it occurred minutes before.
Luckily the cab didn't look charred but the rest was burned to a crisp.
Hopefully everyone got out alright. I feel terrible for those involved.
Not only horrible for it to happen, but in such a high traffic area with no area to
" flee" to.
Traffic was backed up for miles and miles, and as we went along came across a few RV's heading that way. So unexpecting of what was ahead, and so many hours they would have to spend stuck in parking lot conditions.
Anyone hear or know anymore about this?
Just hope all is ok with those in the burned RV.

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Old 06-21-2013, 10:11 AM   #2
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NY1 stated:
There were no reports of injuries, and there is no word on what sparked the fire.

Was following a RV once that caught on fire, happened to be in a mutual aid territory. They go up quick.
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