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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Fire from a burning garbage pile spread to a car parked near Pazhavangadi and its tyre got burnt on Friday. The incident happened in the morning at around 10:45.  

The Innova car, K K 18 D 2277, belonged to Balaramapuram native Sandhya. She parked the near Ayyappas and went for shopping inside, when the incident happened.

The shop owners and onlookers became anxious after the tyre of the car burst. In the meantime, fire engine rushed to the spot and put out the fire.     

The fire had inflicted costly damage to the car.

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