Shuttle Bus Catches Fire in Rental Lot at Orlando Airport

According to WFTV.com, a shuttle bus used to transport passengers to a rental car parking lot and the Orlando International Airport caught fire on Sept. 2.

Officials said no one was on the bus at the time. Firefighters believe the bus' battery sparked the fire and they have responded to similar fires involving GM vehicles.

The incident is prompting the manager of the business, Dan Ditman, to have all the GM buses checked out.

View the full article from WFTV by clicking on the URL:
http://www.wftv.com/news/news/local/shuttle-bus-catches-fire-rental-car-lot-near-airpo/nR2J3/

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