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Car Catches Fire Next to Northside Social

For the second time this fall, a car has burst into flames in the parking lot adjacent to Northside Social in Clarendon.

A gray sedan caught fire in the lot just after 2:00 this afternoon. An Arlington County fire marshal spotted the blaze and was the first to call for a fire engine. The flames were extinguished by 2:15, according to witness accounts.

Unlike the car fire in September, which occurred on the end of the lot closest to George Mason University’s Arlington campus, this fire occurred on the end closest to Northside Social (3211 Wilson Boulevard) and the Clarendon business district.

No injuries were reported as a result of the blaze.

Photos courtesy @miqci

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