Cars Destroyed In Brush Fire Near Indian Trail - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

UPDATE: Cars Set On Fire Starts Brush Fire Near Indian Trail

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UPDATE: Authorities tell KHQ the two vehicles that were set ablaze off Indian Trail on Wednesday were a 2000 VW Passat stolen from a home in the 12000 block of North Hemlock August 21-22, and a 2010 Ford Escape stolen from a home in the 600 block of East Lakeview August 19-20.  Both were taken from garages and had the keys inside. A brush was started because of the torched vehicles. Fire is handling the arson investigation. No injuries have been reported.
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KHQ.COM - Fire crews have contained a brush fire north of Spokane in the Indian Trail area. The fire broke out on Wednesday night. Sheriff's deputies tell KHQ that two vehicles were also destroyed in the fire. After finding a partial license plate on one of the vehicles, and a full license plate on the other, deputies were able to determine the cars were stolen. District 9 and Spokane city firefighters responded. No injuries have been reported. The cause remains under investigation.

 

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