Fire has destroyed seven 20-ton dump trucks in Indianapolis valued at more than $1 million.
The Indianapolis Star reports that Indianapolis Fire Department crews were dispatched about 7:30 a.m. Wednesday to an east-side trucking business.
Battalion chief Rita Reith reported that the firemen saw seven trucks in a fire in the parking lot of Wells Peden Trucking.
The crew checked the fire in 30 minutes. Officials say they were tires that exploded loud during the fire.
Atheist no one was harmed and Reith said he was under investigation.
Each truck was worth $ 150,000.
Wells Peden Trucking has been operating for about seven years.
Officials said business owners were in place and helped with the investigation.
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