CHARLOTTE, N.C. (NBC) — A food truck caught fire and exploded in Charlotte, North Carolina Saturday.
Cell phone video shows the fire and explosion in the city’s South End. Officials said the food truck was a converted passenger van.
One person suffered non-life threatening injuries.
Officials say this was an isolated incident and the only other damages besides the van were power lines directly above the fire.
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