2 Parked Cars Set Ablaze from Trash Bin Fire in Manhattan
Manhattan, NYC – Two parked cars were set ablaze on a Manhattan street when fire broke out from a trash bin at around 9:15 p.m. Wednesday. Emergency responders removed a twenty-pound propane tank inside one of the vehicles on First Avenue near 38th Street in Murray Hill. No injuries were reported.
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