West Palm Beach, FL – Food Truck Fire, Injuries on Georgia Ave
West Palm Beach, FL (October 28, 2023) – A representative for West Palm Beach Fire Rescue claimed that on Saturday afternoon, authorities responded to a call about a food truck fire.
A fire at 3950 Georgia Avenue prompted the arrival of first responders at 3:25 p.m. The Peach, another structure on the premises, was spared from the blaze.
Currently, the cause of the fire remains unknown. On Saturday, a number of people were busy preparing food for a Halloween party that evening, though the total number of people who may have sustained injuries is unknown. Local news footage showed EMTs assessing at least one or two people after the fire was extinguished.
Witnesses were asked to contact the West Palm Beach Police Department.
Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families.
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