Gettysburg 3-alarms fire caused by car crashing into gift shop, cops say

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Fire crews from throughout the area responded to a three-alarm fire in Gettysburg Monday morning that was ignited by a car crashing into a gift shop.

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Some 100 firefighters and emergency personnel responded to the scene along Baltimore Street shortly after 4:30 a.m.

Police say the car sparked an explosion when it collided with the Blue and Gray Gift Shop.

The fire extended into another house before firefighters could get it under control.

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Police are investigating what prompted the crash, they declined to comment on whether anyone was injured during the incident.

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Fire officials said they will release more details later.

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