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3 Cars Burst Into Flames on City Street in Chain Reaction Fire

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One burning car escalated into three burning cars parked along a North Hollywood street early Wednesday morning thanks to a gas-fueled chain reaction blaze.Firefighters arrived on scene to the 5100 block of Tujunga Avenue around 2 a.m. and found one car burning, according to ABC7, but soon after, leaking fuel ignited two other cars.

The cause of the initial car fire is under investigation.

ABC7 tweeted a photo of the fire: