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Firefighters respond to a fully engulfed truck fire near Exit 22 on southbound Interstate 295 in Freeport shortly after 5:30 a.m. Friday, May 14. The driver of the truck, which is owned by Central Maine Disposal, escaped without injuries and said the flames apparently started in the cab’s wiring. Southbound traffic was stopped for almost a half hour while Freeport firefighters extinguished the blaze. Brunswick firefighters also responded.Firefighters respond to a fully engulfed truck fire near Exit 22 on southbound Interstate 295 in Freeport shortly after 5:30 a.m. Friday, May 14. The driver of the truck, which is owned by Central Maine Disposal, escaped without injuries and said the flames apparently started in the cab’s wiring. Southbound traffic was stopped for almost a half hour while Freeport firefighters extinguished the blaze. Brunswick firefighters also responded.Firefighters respond to a fully engulfed truck fire near Exit 22 on southbound Interstate 295 in Freeport shortly after 5:30 a.m. Friday, May 14. The driver of the truck, which is owned by Central Maine Disposal, escaped without injuries and said the flames apparently started in the cab’s wiring. Southbound traffic was stopped for almost a half hour while Freeport firefighters extinguished the blaze. Brunswick firefighters also responded.Firefighters respond to a fully engulfed truck fire near Exit 22 on southbound Interstate 295 in Freeport shortly after 5:30 a.m. Friday, May 14. The driver of the truck, which is owned by Central Maine Disposal, escaped without injuries and said the flames apparently started in the cab’s wiring. Southbound traffic was stopped for almost a half hour while Freeport firefighters extinguished the blaze. Brunswick firefighters also responded.

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