Investigators Rule UPS Truck Fire Not Suspicious

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WESTFALL TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- Investigators believe a package containing a faulty lithium-ion battery is what caused a UPS truck to go up in flames in Pike County.

The fire, which happened on Tuesday near Matamoras, occurred in the driveway of a home when the UPS driver said he heard a pop and then saw flames.

Investigators believe several packages in the UPS truck contained items with lithium-ion batteries.

The fire in Pike County is not suspicious.

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