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More than 30 cars in St. Paul lot burn in Saturday fire

Flames broke out at a car lot in the 1200 block of Jackson Street containing vehicles that had been declared total losses by insurance companies and were up for auction.

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ST. PAUL -- A fire broke out in a car lot Saturday in St. Paul, ripping through at least 30 vehicles, according to the St. Paul Fire Department.

Flames broke out at a car lot in the 1200 block of Jackson Street containing vehicles that had been declared total losses by insurance companies and were up for auction.

According to the fire department’s Facebook page, access to the lot was difficult at first, but firefighters were able to contain the blaze. The fire is under investigation. No injuries were reported.

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