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Miami-Dade Fire Rescue responded to the scene of the two-alarm blaze in a section of the American Fruits and Produce Company property, near Northwest 42nd Avenue and 128th Street, just south of Opa-locka Airport.
Flames raced through acres of parked cars and trucks, sparking one explosion after another. Cameras captured one tractor trailer suddenly bursting into flames as crews attempted to prevent the flames from continuing to spread.
Officials said the fire was confined to the vehicles. “The contents of these trucks is unknown. We’re not sure if they had anything in them, but we were aware there was fuel in the vehicles,” said Miami-Dade Fire Rescue spokesperson Maggie Castro.
Crazy fire in OpaLocka Fl pic.twitter.com/ltQLJi2Lfz
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