Arson investigators are still looking for answers after a vehicle was apparently set on fire early Monday morning.
A car caught fire at an abandoned parking lot along the 800 block of Gibbard Avenue around 5 a.m.
Fire officials said that it was a dangerous blaze because the gas tank ruptured and the fire was close to a building.
"It just kept burning and explosions. I heard probably at least four or five blasts," said Angela Chilton.
It took more than 30 minutes to get the fire under control.
Officials said they discovered that the fuel door of the car was open and something was hanging out of it. That's one reason they believe the fire was intentionally set.
Now, arson investigators will go through the vehicle piece-by-piece to gather more information.
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