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Fire destroys Moore County building with vintage vehicles inside

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VASS, N.C. — A hearth destroyed a massive construction with antique vehicles inside Sunday nighttime, consistent with Moore County officers.

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The incident took place at approximately 2:30 p.M. At a wooden building at 4995 N.C. Highway 211. An unrestored Model T vehicle and different devices, consisting of welding and propane tanks, were in the construction at the time of the fireplace.

Firefighters said the constructing and numerous of the vehicles are a total loss.

Authorities have no longer determined what started the fireplace.




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