A wreck in Holt, Alabama left a vehicle in flames near Tuscaloosa Wednesday afternoon.

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Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa traffic "Captain" Ray Allen reported that the overturned vehicle is located on Crescent Ridge Road near Holt Elementary School. According to a Facebook video from an eyewitness, the car appears to be engulfed in fire next to a semi-truck.

Tuscaloosa Firefighters are seen in the video putting out the blaze. Tuscaloosa Police are assisting the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency Troopers in working the scene.

It is unclear whether there were occupants in the car or not. Injuries, if any, have not yet been reported.

This story is ongoing. Stay tuned to The Tuscaloosa Thread for more information as details become available.

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