This happened Saturday afternoon.


I JUST missed this car fire at the Hannaford Supermarket on Forest Avenue in Portland. The one that is across from Back Cove. But Daniel Profenno caught it all.


It's not every day you see a car engulfed in flames as you shop for Rice Chex!


It appears no one was hurt, but that car is not in the best of shape for sure. The Portland Fire Department was there quickly and took care of it.


This just happened, so there's no word yet on what caused the fire. But I'll keep an eye out and see if we can figure it out. I can't believe I just missed it. Thank you Dan for sharing your videos!


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