LVFAR knocks down rail car fire behind Main Street Station; no injuries

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LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — A rail car caught fire on the tracks near Main Street and Stewart Avenue Monday night, according to Las Vegas Fire and Rescue (LVFAR). This is behind Main Street Station.

The rail car, which transports automobiles, was “heavily involved with fire.” Firefighters were able to confine the fire to the car, and no injuries were reported.

There are 10 vehicles in the car: five on the top deck and five on the bottom. LVFAR notes each has one gallon of gas but that the situation is “under control.”

The fire has been knocked down.

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