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Old 10-29-2022, 04:36 PM   #1
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Up in flames

Anyone seen this? Iíve camped at Assateague state park many times. Great place! What a nightmare!

https://www.delmarvanow.com/picture-gallery/news/local/maryland/2022/10/29/firefighters-battle-camper-truck-fire-assateague-state-park-photos/10637412002/
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Old 10-29-2022, 05:09 PM   #2
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Wow. ThatĎa a serious fire to take the truck too.
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I wonder what went first, the truck or the trailer?

Speaking of which, a good friend of mine lost his truck to a fire a few weeks ago. You just never know when those types of things can happen.
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Wow, I hope everyone got out safely.
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I wonder what went first, the truck or the trailer?

Speaking of which, a good friend of mine lost his truck to a fire a few weeks ago. You just never know when those types of things can happen.
I was thinking the same looking at the pictures. There is NOTHING left of the truck; are they using THAT much plastic now? The camper itself seems to have fared better than the truck surprisingly. You can also see one of the propane tanks on the ground in the foreground of the pictures, it could have been a propane fire too I guess, but gasoline is a lot more volatile than propane, not so much for diesel though.

I too hope that everyone was out of the camper safely!
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