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Fire Destroys Several Vehicles

Several cars were destroyed after a grassfire caught onto some vehicles at Discount Auto Parts late this afternoon at the intersection of Fort Worth and Scott.

At least half a dozen cars were burned.  Eight to ten units from the Wichita Falls Fire Department were on scene, alongside State Troopers, Officers, and Deputies who were blocking off roads.

Officials don't know what caused it, it burned only an acre of land.

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