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2-alarm fire burns cars Glendale apartments



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ROSE PARK -- A fire burned several cars in the Glendale area near 1000 West and 700 South Thursday evening. It started around 5:30 in a carport at an apartment complex.

The flames burned the cars, fences and dumpsters then jumped to some trees.

"[I] saw a whole bunch of smoke, lots of huge, huge flames. I mean, the size of the house! Big! Huge! Really exciting and scary," said witness Tressidy Ross.

Fire crews had some trouble at first gaining access to a water supply and ended up calling a second alarm.

Once they worked the problem out, they got the fire out fairly quickly. Now they're investigating the cause.

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