Blaze burns through multiple RVs at Snohomish storage facility

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SNOHOMISH, Wash. - Fire officials estimate $3 million in damage after at least a dozen RVs went up in flames early Thursday morning at a Snohomish storage facility.

Firefighters responded to the storage facility, in the 2020 block of Bickford Avenue, around 3:30 a.m. after a caretaker called 911.

The two-alarm fire burned through the RVs quickly, firefighters say. Neighbors report hearing explosions and seeing flames shoot into the sky.

No injuries have been reported, as of Thursday morning. The fire has been extinguished.

Fire investigators are reviewing security footage and working to determine what caused the fire. They suspect the explosions were from propane tanks attached to the RVs.

Fire officials say they won't know exactly how many RVs burned until they can get some heavy equipment to help clear the scene.

Fire crews from several agencies responded.

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