smoke set background for car show in honor of veterans

Eddie Garza attended a charity auto show with his 1989 Mercury Grand Marquis on Saturday morning, surprised to see smoke from a nearby industrial fire. It was terrifying, he says, especially on the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11.

“It just brought up so many memories as I was passing out,” Garza said. “You don’t know what’s going on… but thank God, we’re all fine.”

A massive fire in Chapter 933 of United Auto Worker in southwest Indianapolis cast a gloomy backdrop in front of bright, flashy cars. The annual event raises money for Indy Honor Flight, a nonprofit funding seniors veterans’ visits to memorials in Washington, D.C. “It’s too late for them”.

Proud car owners and enthusiastic attendees drove and admired dozens of cars, some warm reds and deep maroons, others indigo and sky blue. They walked between Chevys and Cadillacs and Dodges, while right behind them, firefighters battled the raging fire for hours.

“Was burning for a long time,” remarked one person while walking out.

“It seems so,” replied an event volunteer.

According to the Wayne Township Fire Department, the cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained and there have been no casualties.



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