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Saturday, April 10, 2010

Vehicle Catches Fire, Explodes In Milton.


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NOTE: Two explosions transpired right before video start.

By Tim Enloe; Accessmilton.com

MILTON - Explosion and flame were in full force at Highway 9 and Bethany Bend Saturday night. At approximately 6:45pm, a late model Ford Expedition caught fire and exploded. Witnesses heard two loud blasts as Milton Police and Milton /Alpharetta Fire worked to contain the situation.

The owner of the vehicle in question was no where to be found and no reports of any injuries were reported.

Many thanks to the Milton Police Department and Milton / Alpharetta Fire Departments for coming to the rescue!

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Which came first, the fire or the explosion?

Anonymous said...

Great day for a Car-B-Que.

Anonymous said...

Tim, does your camera not zoom! It would have been cool to zoom in on the fire and the firemen's faces as they were working on putting the blaze out!

Anonymous said...

Let's chip in to get Tim some lessons and a better camera that absorbs all the bounces :-)

Tim Enloe said...

"Bounces"? Don't you mean "dramatic effect"?

Tim Enloe
Accessmilton.com
770 653 0552

Anonymous said...

Milton firemen are AWESOME!!!

Anonymous said...

and they are soooo good looking too!

Anonymous said...

....Milton Police and Milton/Alpharetta Fire worked to contain the situation.
Didn't Alpharetta douse the fire and Milton Fire watch?

Anonymous said...

Come on Enloe, answer 251PM question.

Tim Enloe said...

Guys - I believe Alpharetta arrived first. After which, it was confusing as to who was who. I do know that both depts were around the vehicle.

The uniforms are very similar.

Hope that helps.

Tim Enloe
Accessmilton.com
770 653 0552

Anonymous said...

as a matter of fact alpharetta did so good putting out with there 750 gallon tank, that they had to shut down the line, hook up to the hydrant and let a real Milton firemen get on the nozzle and completely extinguish the fire not just darken it down....