Firefighters Suspect Car Started Loop 289 Grass Fire - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

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Firefighters Suspect Car Started Loop 289 Grass Fire

It's believed sparks from a car may have been to blame for a grass fire on North Loop 289, just west of the interstate. The lubbock fire department responded to this blaze around two o'clock Sunday morning and put it out within the hour.

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