Firefighters attack a car fire Monday morning, July 27, along Interstate 5 northbound near the South 188th Street exit in SeaTac. COURTESY PHOTO, Tukwila Fire

Firefighters attack a car fire Monday morning, July 27, along Interstate 5 northbound near the South 188th Street exit in SeaTac. COURTESY PHOTO, Tukwila Fire

Freeway fire

Car catches fire along I-5 in SeaTac

Firefighters extinguished a car fire Monday morning near the 18400 block of northbound Interstate 5 in SeaTac, just north of the South 188th Street exit.

Kent-based Puget Sound Fire and Tukwila Fire responded to the incident at about 10:35 a.m. The right two lanes were blocked as firefighters put out the fire, according to a Tukwila Fire Department tweet.

Tukwila Fire did not report any injuries or a cause of the fire.


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Fire heavily damages a car Monday, July 27, along Interstate 5 north near South 188th Street in SeaTac. COURTESY PHOTO, Tukwila Fire

Fire heavily damages a car Monday, July 27, along Interstate 5 north near South 188th Street in SeaTac. COURTESY PHOTO, Tukwila Fire

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