Fires Leave Cars Scorched in Long Island Neighborhood

Several cars were left charred after they burst into flames in a Long Island neighborhood on Friday morning, police said.

It appeared two cars were burned, although authorities weren’t immediately able to confirm the exact number.

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Police said they received a call about the car fires on Studley Street just before 2:30 a.m.

Firefighters were able to bring the fires under control about an hour later. Video shows them dousing the scorched remnants of the vehicles as smoke hovers around them.

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No one was reported injured in the fires.

Police haven’t said whether or not they believe them to be suspicious. 

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