• Mini Cooper Erupts in Flames (video)

    On Sunday night at around 9:45 p.m. the fire and police departments sirens alerted neighbrs to the alley on Wood St. (cross street Junipero) in Pacific Grove. The quick response of the fire department saved this car fire from causing anymore damage. When they arrived the flames were scorching the oak tree above. It took them about five minutes to put the fire out, then 40 or so to hack the hood off with an axe to further cool down the engine.

    This is the second time in four months the fire department has rescued property in this area. In October, there was a backyard fire across Junipero. They extinguished that fire as well with no major damage.

    “This Mini Cooper was brand new. I noticed it three days before the fire. Still had dealer plaques,” said Delmar Adams, an eyewitness.

    “Thought you guys might be interested to report on our great fire department,” he added. Video by Delmar Adams.

    Mini Cooper fire

    posted to Cedar Street Times on February 17, 2015

    Topics: Front PG News, Uncategorized

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