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Car catches fire on 16th Street

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Marquette University Police Department and the Milwaukee Fire Department responded to a car on fire around 3 a.m. Jan. 28 on 16th Street near Cramer Hall.

MUPD is still investigating the incident, but Sergeant Berrios said MUPD believes a technical failure caused the fire. The passengers in the car were not affiliated with Marquette. MUPD confirmed there were no injuries.

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