Overheated Vehicle Reported as Fire Shuts 2 Lanes of US-14 EAST at Arthur Ave, Arlington Heights

Two lanes down for an overheated car reported as a car fire about 25 minutes US-14 EAST at Arthur Avenue RR crossing in Arlington Heights
Two lanes down for about 25 minutes for an overheated car reported as a car fire on US-14 EAST at Arthur Avenue RR crossing in Arlington Heights.

Police, firefighters, and paramedics from Arlington Heights responded about 5:59 p.m. Sunday, June 13, 2021 to a report of a vehicle fire on Northwest Highway and Arthur Avenue in Arlington Heights.

Firefighters arrived within a couple of minutes and discovered no flames coming from a passenger car stopped in the left lane of eastbound Northwest Highway (US-14 EAST) near the railroad crossing to Arthur Avenue and Davis Street.




The car was found to be overheated. Two lanes were blocked for about 25 minutes while the right turn lane remained open on from US-14 EAST to Arthur Avenue and Davis Street on the south side of the tracks.

The information in this article is an early report published before any summary information was confirmed or released by police or fire authorities or witness on the scene.

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Two lanes down for an overheated car reported as a car fire about 25 minutes US-14 EAST at Arthur Avenue RR crossing in Arlington Heights
Two lanes down for about 25 minutes for an overheated car reported as a car fire on US-14 EAST at Arthur Avenue RR crossing in Arlington Heights.




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