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Old 10-10-2012, 09:30 AM
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Equipment Fire

Any ideas as to how this could have happened? Has been Raining since Monday here, so the trailers have not been disturbed untill this mourning. the Fire was short lived thanks to low oxygen and a new "tightly" sealed trailer, along with relative humidity close to 100%. Looked as if the fire started under the fuel tank of the Stander. The fuel tank was completely full yet only a few gallons were consumed. the wood inside the trailer was only damaged by smoke, as the wood was damp from the humidity.






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