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No injuries in semi-tractor fire south of Holton
05/30/2018

Photo credit: Jackson Co Sheriff's Office

(KNZA)--No injuries were reported in a semi-tractor fire south of Holton late Tuesday night.

Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse says the fire was reported near 190th Road and U.S. 75 Highway around 10:30.

Morse says a second semi-tractor parked next to the original semi also caught fire.  The fire was extinguished about 30 minutes later.

Morse says the fire is believed to have started from one truck charging the other truck by jumper cables.   

Responding to the call were the Mayetta, Prairie Band Potawatomi, Hoyt and Holton Fire Departments.   In addition,  responding to the scene were the Jackson County EMS, Prairie Band Potawatomi Tribal Police and Jackson County Sheriff’s Office.

 

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