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Firefighters Quickly Extinguish Brush Fire in South Kennewick

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The Kennewick Fire Department is trying to figure out what started a fire along the 3300 block of South Auburn St. in South Kennewick. The Kennewick Fire Department is trying to figure out what started a fire along the 3300 block of South Auburn St. in South Kennewick.
KENNEWICK, WA - The Kennewick Fire Department is trying to figure out what started a fire along the 3300 block of South Auburn St. in South Kennewick.

Firefighters say it started in a debris pile just before noon Monday and spread to some brush, threatening a nearby garage. First responders quickly put the fire out but they don't know what caused it. The fire is under investigation but firefighters say it's possible for piles like this to spontaneously combust.
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