Firefighters Save Classic Cars in Ohio

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Photo: screenshot from FOX8
Firefighters joined forces with people working at a car crash repair center in Ohio when a fire that had starter at a box and supply store nearby spread to the shop, threatening to destroy a collection of vintage vehicles stored at the location.
The fire spread rapidly and starter eating the retro vehicles one after another. The people made desperate efforts to save the valuable pieces of automotive history from being turned into scrap metal, managing to keep a 1960s Camaro, a 1967 Chevelle and a 1953 Triumph alive. - No one was hurt in the incident, even though the events were extremely violent

Unfortunately a 1960s Ford, together with a few large boats that were also being kept at the site were caught by the flames and couldn’t be saved.

Via: FOX8
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