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Car fire on Don Holt backing up traffic

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Car fire on I-526. Source: Lowcountryfirenews.com Car fire on I-526. Source: Lowcountryfirenews.com
Traffic cameras show traffic backed up along the bridge. Traffic cameras show traffic backed up along the bridge.
View from traffic cameras on Don Holt. View from traffic cameras on Don Holt.
CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) -

Charleston Fire Department is responding to a car that is engulfed in flames along I-526.

The vehicle fire is on I-526 westbound on the Don Holt Bridge. Pictures from the scene show a white SUV with fire blazing from under the hood.

It is unknown at this time if there are any injuries.

Traffic along I-526 westbound on the Don Holt is backed up as authorities have closed off multiple lanes to work the incident.

Stick with Live5News.com for more information as it becomes available.

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