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Semi catches fire in Walmart parking lot

Crews responded to a semi-truck that was on fire at the Walmart on US Highway 82. (Source: Facebook) Crews responded to a semi-truck that was on fire at the Walmart on US Highway 82. (Source: Facebook)
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Crews responded to a semi-truck on fire at the Tifton Walmart Supercenter Wednesday night. (Source: Facebook) Crews responded to a semi-truck on fire at the Tifton Walmart Supercenter Wednesday night. (Source: Facebook)
TIFTON, GA (WALB) -

Officials have confirmed that an 18-wheeler caught fire in the parking lot of the Walmart Supercenter in Tifton.

Crews responded to the scene at the Walmart on US Highway 82.

According to a Walmart manager, nobody was hurt and it was not a Walmart truck.

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