No Injuries After Ambulance Ignites on I-295 in FL

Jacksonville Fire Rescue Department members extinguished the fire, which caused serious damage inside the ambulance.


According to a report from FirstCoastNews, no injuries were reported after a St. Johns County (FL) Fire Rescue ambulance caught fire on I-295 in South Jacksonville, Florida, Tuesday afternoon. 

The Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department (JFRD) said that the ambulance was transporting a patient and family member when it ignited near the Gate Parkway exit.

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JFRD members extinguished the fire, which caused serious damage inside the ambulance, according to a Twitter post from the department. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

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