Vehicles Burn at Annapolis Car Dealership

No injuries have been reported

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Multiple vehicles caught fire Monday morning at a car dealership in Annapolis, Maryland.

Firefighters were battling the blaze in the 200 block of West Street as of about 7:30 a.m.

Live wires were down on the cars, and firefighters had to back off until the power could be turned off.

Firefighters also had to contain leaking gasoline and oil.

A utility pole also caught fire, leading to multiple explosions from the pole.

The fire was out by 8 a.m., but power crews stayed at the scene into the afternoon to fix the downed wires.

No injuries have been reported.

Roads were shut down throughout the area.

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