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Crews respond to vehicle fire on Queen Elizabeth II Highway near Millet

MILLET, AB – Fire crews were called to the scene of a vehicle fire on the Queen Elizabeth II Highway Wednesday morning.

According to a tweet by Alberta 511, the incident took place at about 10:53 a.m. in the northbound lanes of the highway near Township Road 473.

It is unclear what may have sparked the blaze or if any injuries were sustained as a result. However, the Millet Fire Department was at the scene for nearly 2 hours, clearing shortly after 12:30 p.m.

Have you been injured and are unable to work as a result of a vehicle fire in Alberta? If so, the Calgary personal injury lawyers with Merchant Law Group would like to discuss the details of your claim. Give us a call today at (403) 237-7777 or fill out the online contact form to schedule a free consultation with a compassionate lawyer.

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