Vehicle fire on I-35W in Argyle snarls traffic

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Argyle firefighters are working a vehicle fire Wednesday evening on Interstate 35W.

The vehicle was traveling south on the interstate about 5:30 p.m. when it caught fire and caused a grass fire near the FM 407 exit, according to information provided by Argyle Fire District Chief Mac Hohenberger.

No one was injured, but firefighters were still working the scene after 6 p.m., Hohenberger said.

The incident caused heavy gridlock on both sides of the interstate.

This story will be updated when more information becomes available.

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