A vehicle on fire was reported in the Nolanville area about a half mile before the Main Street exit, stalling traffic on Interstate 14 Friday morning.

The car on fire was seen by a motorist and Herald employee in the eastbound lanes of I-14 at about 11:15 a.m. Friday.

“The vehicle was a late model BMW that was pulled off the side of the roadway for smoke coming out of the engine,” said Nolanville Police Chief Michael Hatton in an email to the Herald. At some point the engine caught fire and when the Central Bell Fire and Rescue arrived on scene, the vehicle was fully engulfed by the fire.”

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