TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — Fire destroyed about a dozen classic cars at a restoration shop near Traverse City, authorities said.
Sensors triggered a fire alarm Sunday morning at the shop in East Bay Township. Firefighters were able to save a few cars but many were destroyed.
“It's sad to see that kind of loss,” Grand Traverse Metro Fire Chief Pat Parker told the Traverse City Record-Eagle.
He said there was no easily accessible water to fight the fire. Water was trucked to the site with assistance from at least five townships.
There were no injuries.