MILWAUKEE, WI — Two separate vehicle fires were reported within the same hour early Sunday morning in north and south Milwaukee, according to FOX6 Milwaukee.
Milwaukee Police Department said officers and firefighters responded to the scene of the first fire at North 6th Street and West Locust Street, in the city’s Harambee neighborhood. The blaze was first reported shortly after 1:30 a.m.
Shortly after 2:00 a.m., about half an hour later, first responders arrived at the site of the second car fire near South 15th Place and West Windlake Avenue, in Lincoln Village.
No further information has been released at this time, but authorities said neither incident appears suspicious. It was not immediately clear whether a vehicle collision caused either fire.
Police did not say whether any injuries were sustained.
Both events were under investigation.
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