UPDATE: Laurel Co. Tire Fire Ruled Accidental

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 4/24 6:51 pm
A fire at a heavy equipment dealership in London is being called accidental by Laurel County Emergency Management.

They said the fire began when the owner's son was burning garbage and then left, thinking he had put out the flames.

No charges have been filed and no one was hurt in the fire.

However, crews said some of their turn out gear was damaged as they battled the flames.
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