Car catches fire behind Richmond County Jail


Rockingham firefighter Josh Webster uses a saw to cut open the hood of a 1997 Buick LeSabre that caught fire in front of the door of the Richmond County magistrate's office Monday afternoon. The car's owner, Patrick Terry, said he had recently had the engine replaced by a mechanic in Charlotte. Chief Harold Isler said they were unable to pinpoint where the fire started, but are confident it was an electrical fire.


William R. Toler | Daily Journal

Rockingham firefighter Josh Webster uses a saw to cut open the hood of a 1997 Buick LeSabre that caught fire in front of the door of the Richmond County Magistrate’s Office Monday afternoon. The car’s owner, Patrick Terry, said he had recently had the engine replaced by a mechanic in Charlotte. Chief Harold Isler said they were unable to pinpoint where the fire started, but are confident it was an electrical fire.

Rockingham firefighter Josh Webster uses a saw to cut open the hood of a 1997 Buick LeSabre that caught fire in front of the door of the Richmond County magistrate’s office Monday afternoon. The car’s owner, Patrick Terry, said he had recently had the engine replaced by a mechanic in Charlotte. Chief Harold Isler said they were unable to pinpoint where the fire started, but are confident it was an electrical fire.
http://yourdailyjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_jailcarfire.jpgRockingham firefighter Josh Webster uses a saw to cut open the hood of a 1997 Buick LeSabre that caught fire in front of the door of the Richmond County magistrate’s office Monday afternoon. The car’s owner, Patrick Terry, said he had recently had the engine replaced by a mechanic in Charlotte. Chief Harold Isler said they were unable to pinpoint where the fire started, but are confident it was an electrical fire.
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