Arson investigating after three vehicles catch fire, SAFD says

Two cars in one driveway, and a truck on the driveway next door all three burned.

SAN ANTONIO — Arson will be investigating after three vehicles were burned northwest of downtown early Monday morning.

San Antonio firefighters responded to the 2400 block of Greencrest Drive in between Vance Jackson Road and West Avenue around 2 a.m. for reports of a fire.

When first responders arrived, three vehicles were burning. Police had responded to the same home earlier for reports of a disturbance.

Investigators say that two cars on one driveway, and a truck on the driveway next door were all heavily damaged.

No estimate on the damages caused by the fire.

This is a developing story. 

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