Officials are looking into what started a fire that burned two Little Debbie semi-trailers Thursday morning near Valdosta.
WALB viewer Vincent Rosa was passing by 3114 Joseph Road, near Highway 84 about 11:00AM, and shot a video of the blaze.
The trailers were said to have been empty when the fire started. Lowndes County Fire and Rescue extinguished the fire.
Lowndes County officials will only say that the cause is being investigated, and that there were no injuries.
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