Two engines used to extinguish vehicle fire in Weber County
WEBER COUNTY, Utah — Water from two fire engines was used Tuesday morning to extinguish a vehicle fire in Weber County.
Members of the Weber Fire District were dispatched to the vehicle fire on Powder Mountain Road just after 10 a.m.
When crews arrived on scene, a white Ford F-350 was fully engulfed in flames.
According to a Facebook post from the Weber Fire District, crews worked quickly to put out the fire, using two engines full of water to reach containment.
“The fire is believed to have started in the engine compartment while pulling a construction trailer up Powder Mountain Road,” the post stated.
Fortunately, the passengers were able to exit the vehicle with no injuries.
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