Report: 8 Out Of 9 San Diego Fires Have ‘Suspicious Ignition Point’

San Diego Fire

Eight of the nine fires that San Diego firefighters are battling have a suspicious ignition point, meaning they didn’t start normally, a local ABC affiliate reported.

Sources told the station that the fires didn’t start from a lawnmower or car engine starting, or from a discarded cigarette butt.

One source, a long-time arson investigator who is now retired, told the station that the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, or CAL FIRE, has a crack investigative team to determine exactly how the fires started.

The San Diego Fire Department will be investigating as well.

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