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Burning vehicle halts afternoon commute


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LEHI — Southbound I-15 was shut down Monday for about 30 minutes as firefighters responded to an RV that had caught on fire.

The cause of the fire is currently unknown, according to Trooper Dan Altenes of the Utah Highway Patrol. There were no injuries.

In a separate incident, a paper shredding truck caught fire at an Autoliv plant in Tremonton. The truck had to be driven onto the roadway before the fire could be extinguished due to its proximity to the plant's chemicals.

The fire was extinguished and the cause is currently unknown.

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