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Early morning fire at truck terminal leaves five semi trucks damaged

Early Friday morning, firefighters in Cuyahoga Heights rushed to extinguish a fire that engulfed several semi trucks parked at a trucking terminal.

The situation: The ordeal began around 2:45 a.m. at the terminal on Harvard Ave. Five trucks were reported to be in flames, and thankfully, no one was hurt.

Emergency response: Teams fought the blaze, temporarily shutting down part of Harvard Ave. They managed to reopen the road before 5 a.m., minimizing traffic disruption.

What we know: The reason behind the fire is not yet clear. Officials are currently looking into what caused the incident.

Although the terminal blaze was widespread, it's a relief that there were no injuries.

Cybersecurity risks in trucking: Experts warn of ELD vulnerabilities

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Atchafalaya Basin Bridge update ends split speed limits for trucks and cars

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FMCSA studies detention time's impact on trucker safety and efficiency

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