On September 27, 2016, at approximately 10:51 A.M. CDT, firefighters were dispatched to battle a car blaze in a residential neighborhood in Nashville, Tennesse.

The Nashville Police Department has not released any information regarding what started the huge flames, and if there were any casualties at the time of incidence. The Nashville Fire Department question whether an accelerant was used. Firefighters are still battling the flames emitting into the atmosphere fro the car blaze in Nashville, Tennesse.

According to the Tennessean, “The unidentified vehicle was found located at 4213 Princess Lane, Nashville, Tennesse 37218. The Nashville Police Department and the Nashville Fire Department have not released any other information as of 11:30 A.M. CDT, to the public.

This story is still developing, and firefighters continue to battle the blaze coming from a car in Nashville, Tennesse.

Update: WKRN
The owner of the vehicle reported to the Nashville Police Department that, she started her car this morning, went back-and-forth loading her car, and just happened to see more and more smoke coming from the car. She attempted to collect her belongings from the vehicle before calling authorities when a flame sparked onto her house and rapidly set fire to the entire home. No reports of injuries at this time

Edited & Written by Jhayla D. Tyson

Sources:
The Tennessean: Firefighters Respond to Fire in Northwest Nashville
WKRN Nashville: Nashville Firefighters Respond to Car, House Fire

Top & Featured Image Courtesy of caddyroyalty’s Flickr Page – All Creative Commons

Copyright 2016 Jhayla D. Tyson

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