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story.lead_photo.caption Michael Burchfiel/Siloam Sunday The Siloam Springs Fire Department responded to a call at 1202 Michael Lane on Wednesday, Nov. 25, about a car that was on fire. The owner said it had caught fire in their driveway after being driven home. No one was in the car at the time.

Michael Burchfiel/Siloam Sunday

The Siloam Springs Fire Department responded to a call at 1202 Michael Lane on Wednesday, Nov. 25, about a car that was on fire. The owner said it had caught fire in their driveway after being driven home. No one was in the car at the time.

Michael Burchfiel/Herald-Leader

The Siloam Springs Fire Department responded to a call at 1202 Michael Lane on Wednesday, Nov. 25, about a car that was on fire. The owner said it had caught fire in their driveway after being driven home. The fire started because of a faulty electric cooling fan. No one was in the car at the time.

Michael Burchfiel/Siloam Sunday

The Siloam Springs Fire Department responded to a call at 1202 Michael Lane on Wednesday, Nov. 25, about a car that was on fire. The owner said it had caught fire in their driveway after being driven home. No one was in the car at the time.

General News on 12/02/2015

Print Headline: Car fire

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