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Five tractors burned in fire at John Deere dealership in Lancaster

The fire was extinguished in 20 minutes, Lancaster Fire Chief Michael J. Hanson said.
The fire was extinguished in 20 minutes, Lancaster Fire Chief Michael J. Hanson said.Lancaster Fire Department

Four tractors caught on fire at a John Deere dealership in Lancaster Friday night, officials said.

Public safety dispatchers received multiple 911 calls reporting tractors ablaze at the Padula Brothers at 700 Fort Pond Road. Lancaster fire and emergency services responded at 8:31 p.m., Lancaster Fire Chief Michael J. Hanson said in a statement.

Fire crews arrived to find four tractors fully engulfed, the statement said. The fire spread to a fifth tractor, burning and melting the side of it, Hanson said.

The fire quickly involved five tractors
The fire quickly involved five tractorsLancaster Fire Department

The fire was extinguished in 20 minutes, officials said.

Damages were estimated at $75,000.

The fire is under investigation by Lancaster police and fire.

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