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Fire Destroys Units at Keystone RV in Goshen

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Around 12-16 recreational vehicles were damaged by a fire that broke out just outside a Keystone RV facility in the southeast region of Goshen (Indiana) on Sunday.

Goshen Fire Department Assistant Chief Anthony Powell told a local report that fire crews were checking an alarm when they received a call.

Fire crews arrived around 2 p.m. at the scene in the 3000 block of Corrie Drive.

Powell noted that there was a heavy wind that day. However, crews were successful in stopping the fire from destroying the building.

He said that there were no injuries and no fuel inside the RVs.

All of the RV units were destroyed by the flames.

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