Photo courtesy of South King Fire and Rescue

Photo courtesy of South King Fire and Rescue

WATCH: South King Fire crews battle vehicle fire in Federal Way

Fire officials confirm no injuries.

South King Fire and Rescue crews battled a blazing commercial vehicle fire Monday afternoon in Federal Way.

Crews responded to the van on fire at the Westhampton Apartments at the 300 block of S. 320th St. around 2:30 p.m. on Jan. 6.

Video from the scene shows firefighters working to extinguish flames and dodging sparking explosions from a van in the apartment complex parking lot.

There were no injuries from the incident, confirmed SKFR public information officer Lt. Brad Chaney. The cause of the fire is unknown at this time.

See more footage of the event on South King Fire’s Twitter page.


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