Fire Broke Out on Liberty Street in Springfield in a Minivan: Are Streets Now Opened?

An incident from  SPRINGFIELD, Massachusetts is in the headlines due to Springfield crews responding to a car fire on Liberty Street. After the fire caused by a minivan, Liberty Street in Springfield was reopened.

On Wednesday morning, fire crews in Springfield tried to extinguish a fire that had broken out in a minivan at 396 Liberty Street, and emergency personnel were dispatched to the area of Liberty Street in Springfield.

On Wednesday morning, there was a fire that involved a minivan on Liberty Street, according to Captain Drew Piemonte of the Springfield Fire Department.

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The Springfield Arson and Bomb Squad is currently investigating the cause of the fire, however, there have been no reports of injuries. It is being reported that the driver was unharmed and only had minor injuries in the accident.

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After being closed for some time, Liberty Street was been made accessible again between Murray Hill Avenue and Tracy Street. The roadway is once again available to traffic in all directions.

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