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Fire destroys RV in Pasco Sunday afternoon

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Crews tell NBC Right Now they believe electrical issues caused the fire. No one was hurt and firefighters put out the blaze quickly, however the RV is a total loss. Crews tell NBC Right Now they believe electrical issues caused the fire. No one was hurt and firefighters put out the blaze quickly, however the RV is a total loss.

PASCO, WA- Pasco firefighters responded to an RV fire on the 5800 Block of West Sylvester Street around 4 p.m. On Saturday.

The RV, parked alongside of someone's home, was consumed by flames. The smoke could be seen by witnesses for a few miles.

Crews tell NBC Right Now they believe electrical issues caused the fire. No one was hurt and firefighters put out the blaze quickly, however the RV is a total loss.

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