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South Carolina house fire shoots aerosol at fire engine

By Ben Hooper
South Carolina house fire shoots aerosol at fire engine
A punctured Lysol aerosol can flies from a Homeland Park, S.C., house fire toward the fire engine's dashboard camera. Jeremy Robinson/YouTube video screenshot

HOMELAND PARK, S.C., July 30 (UPI) -- A South Carolina firefighter shared dashboard camera footage of an aerosol can being flung from a house fire and striking his fire truck.

Jeremy Robionson, a firefighter with the Flat Rock-Bowen Fire Department, posted a video to YouTube featuring footage captured by a fire truck dashcam at a June 2 house fire in Homeland Park.

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The video shows an object fly out of a window of the burning house and travel a distance of several yards to strike the fire truck near the camera.

An amused witness retrieves the object from the ground and holds it up to the dashboard camera, revealing it to be a Lysol aerosol can that apparently burst in the fire and propelled itself out of the house.

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