RV Dealership in Texas Catches Fire

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A building housing an RV dealership in Sherman, Texas, caught fire Sunday.

Tracy White, an owner of RV-Max, was on the scene and said the fire department was not sure Sunday afternoon what started the fire but it seems to have been storm related.

The original story by Jerrie Whiteley, as well as video and photos, can be found at the Herald Democrat’s website.

White said the dealership will be open for business today. She said workers will board up the building that sustained damage in the fire and work out of a temporary office space until repairs can be completed.

Elle Leyendecker said she was right behind the business and saw the smoke. She said she and her husband live behind the business in the RV park, and they thought the smoke was coming from the highway at first. Upon closer inspection, she said, she could see the smoke coming out of between the metal in the building. She said they could already hear the fire trucks on their way at that point.


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