"They were plugged in electricity and they had gas," said Tommy Dowdy with the Houston Fire Department. "That's what the first units told me, that there were a lot of propane tanks exploding, fiberglass plastics, so once it gets going and with the wind helping it, there was no way. We just tried to keep all the stuff that was not burned."
One of the RVs was being serviced at the time the fire was reported. In all, 48 RVs were completely destroyed and the damage could be as much as $6 to $8 million.
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