OAK HILLS-(VVNG.com): At approximately 3:49 P.M., on Monday, June 15th dispatch received a report of a gold-colored tow truck that was on fire on the I-15 northbound, just north of Oak Hill.
The tow truck, that had a vehicle in tow was reported to be on fire on the right hand side of the road.
“Coming up the hill I told the driver to stay on the truck lane next thing you know he asks, “do you smell something” some guy in a green car honked from across the barrier pointing at us, I look back and I see flames,” said Miguel Castellanos, the owner of the vehicle being towed.
The tow truck occupants were able to safely exit out the truck uninjured.
Per CHP logs, at 4:36 P.M., the Oak Hills on-ramp was temporarily shut down to northbound traffic in order remove the vehicles from the roadway.
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