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Truck full of card board burns on I-20 near Lamar
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Truck full of card board burns on I-20 near Lamar

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Darlington County Truck Fire

A truck loaded with cardboard Sunday afternoon caught fire and burned at a truck parking area on Interstate 20 in Darlington County.

LAMAR, S.C. — A truck loaded with cardboard caught fire Sunday afternoon and burned at a truck parking area on Interstate 20 in Darlington County.

Darlington County firefighters responded about 1 p.m. to the fire at the eastbound truck parking lot at mile marker 129, near the Lamar Exit, on Interstate 20, said Molly Odom with the Darlington County emergency management.

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Pictures from the scene indicate the truck, and its load, were a total loss.

Odom said there were no injuries reported as a result of the fire.

Firefighters from several Florence County agencies responded in mutual aid.

As of 4 p.m., Odom said, firefighters expected to be on site for a while longer as they continued to extinguish the fire.

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