Three people are hurt, two critically, after a food truck caught fire Wednesday afternoon on the campus of George Washington University.
According to NBC Washington 4, the food truck caught fire on the 2100 block of H Street NW, where several food trucks often park.
Three employees of the food truck were taken to hospitals with burns. A man and a woman suffered critical but non-life-threatening injuries, a D.C. fire department representative said. A second woman received less serious injuries.
The fire sent a plume of dark smoke into the sky west of downtown D.C. The blaze caused severe damage inside the food truck, which was a converted school bus.
Information on the cause of the fire was not available immediately.
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