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Grilled cheese: Tractor-trailer hauling cheese erupts in flames

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Grilled cheese: Tractor-trailer hauling cheese erupts in flames
A tractor-trailer hauling cheese burned early Tuesday morning in Ohio. (courtesy: Eagle Joint Fire District)

CLEVELAND, Ohio — A tractor-trailer hauling cheese burned early Tuesday morning, July 21, in Ohio.

WOIO reported several eastern Ohio fire departments responded to a burning truck on Interstate-80 at approximately 3:30 a.m.

The first crews on the scene reported heavy flames coming from the back of the truck, which was hauling cheese. Video from the Eagle Joint Fire District shows firefighters attempting to put out a fire consuming the tractor-trailer.

No major injuries were reported from the incident.

 

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