Caught On Video: Car Fire In BMG’s Parking Lot

car fire bmg picVIDEO: A Lakewood man came out of BMG a short time ago to find his car fried in the parking lot. It was after his car, apparently overheated, and went up in flames. Firefighters arrived a short time later and extinguished the fire, which left his car pretty much totalled. No injuries were reported.

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15 COMMENTS

  1. GUYS NO PARKING IN THE FIRE LANE LOOK WHAT CAN HAPPEN IF CHAS VISHLOM IT CACHES ON TO THE TREES WHAT WOULD YOU DO THEN O IM SORRY I WAS LEARNING PLEASE CARE FOR ALL THE PPL IN THE YESHIVA AND DONT PARK WHERE U CAN PUT THEM ALL IN TO DANGER THANKS

  2. Don’t park in the fire lane because that’s the law. No other reasons should be required! And that applies to all rules and laws, believe it or not.

  3. Legal spot? I suppose it depends upon your understanding of “legal”. It’s parked on the grass, not in a parking spot, in an area acessible only because a previous car knocked down the post & chains protecting the landscaping there. One also has to jump a curb to get there which itself is illegal if it one entered the spot from the street.

  4. Not so legal – the nose of the car is hanging out into the fire lane. Interesting that it was precisely that part of the car that caught fire.

  5. Sometimes the heat of the engine can cause the grass to ignite, causing the car to catch fire. I’ve seen this happen in the heat, with dry, tall grass underneath the engine. Maybe that’s what happened here.

  6. i always wondered about that fire hydrants and fire lanes take up alot of space in town and they dont really use it they have long hosses this truck is not parked in fire lane it is parked on the street and a fire truck cant fit into a hydrant spot

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