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Old 07-14-2020, 11:08 PM   #1
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Fire disaster?

Grabbed this picture a couple of days ago while leaving a CW in Colorado Springs. It was under tow on the access road so I don’t know if it happened at CW or somewhere else. Front windshield was smashed but that may have come from trying to put the fire out. Certainly looks like the fire started in the engine compartment but sure would like to know the full story. Hope no one was hurt!

Does make you think about fire preparations, warning systems and exit strategy when you see the damage that can happen!

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It does. My solution is to make sure my insurance will provide what I need to move forward.
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Old 07-15-2020, 10:25 AM   #3
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I live in that area and have seen this coach from a trail I run on. It was in the storage lot across from CW. I think the fire happened there. It's been there for a couple months, but maybe they were finally moving it out. There was a car in storage next to it with fire damage as well.
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