Vehicle Sparks Brush Fire At 16th Hole Of LPGA Golf Course In Daytona Beach

By on July 21, 2017 in WNDB News

Daytona Beach, FL – A brush fire sparked at the LPGA Golf Course in Daytona Beach on Thursday when an employee treating for mosquitos got his truck stuck in the mud.

While the private company employee was trying to get that truck out of the mud near a lake on the 16th hole a fire started. The vehicle became fully involved and the brush fire spread to an area about 20 x 20 feet in size.

Daytona Beach Firefighters were called to the scene and successfully extinguished the vehicle fire and contained the growing brush fire.

The driver wasn’t hurt.

Photos courtesy DBFD.

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