A fire began in an SUV on Monday morning, August 22, and the Madison Fire Department was called to extinguish it.
Fire crews responded to a report around mid-morning that smoke was coming out of the vehicle, parked in the 100 block of North Blair Street. The fire was thought to be located in the engine department of the 1999 Dodge Durango and firefighters had to force the hood open to trace the true origin of the smoke. Water and foam-based extinguishers proved ineffective in stopping the smoke.
Several components of the car were removed from the passenger’s side in an effort to extinguish the smoke. The owner came out from a nearby building where he had been working in the midst of these efforts and explained to firefighters that his car had recently been to a local shop to replace the exhaust system.
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