Fire, explosion destroy vehicles at St. Andrews Airport
Fire chief says 3 cars exploded, another damaged
Exploding cars sent a thick plume of black smoke into the air at St. Andrews Airport Sunday afternoon.
St. Andrews Fire Chief Ken Peacock said one car caught on fire and it spread to other vehicles parked nearby as gas tanks ruptured and exploded. Three cars caught on fire and a fourth was damaged.
No one was injured, officials told CBC.
The fire appears to have broken out just before 2 p.m.
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