5 cars Joe Biden's Secret Service rented in Nantucket burst into flames a day after they were returned: report

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Five cars rented from the Secret Service in Nantucket burst into flames a day after being returned.
The cars were used by Secret Service agents during President Joe Biden's Thanksgiving trip.
Neither Biden nor his family were in the cars during the trip, a Secret Service spokesman told NBC.
According to media reports, five cars rented by the Secret Service for President Joe Biden's Nantucket trip went up in flames at Nantucket Memorial Airport early Monday morning.
Anthony Guglielmi, a spokesman for the Secret Service, told NBC10 Boston the vehicles were rented from a Hertz dealership at Nantucket Memorial Airport. Neither Biden nor his family were in the vehicles during their Thanksgiving trip to Nantucket, Guglielmi said, but the cars were used by agents.
Guglielmi told NBC10 that there were no problems with the vehicles while they were in use.
The fire happened less than a day after the agency returned the cars, The Nantucket Current reported. Five cars were badly damaged in the fire and towed away, the outlet reported -- including a Chevy Suburban, a Ford Explorer, a Ford Expedition, a Jeep Gladiator and an Infiniti QX80.
The media outlet received footage of what appeared to be a fire engulfing several cars in the parking lot.
Images of the burned-out cars were shared on the Nantucket Memorial Airport Twitter account. The airport confirmed that there was a fire in the rental car area.
Secret Service and Nantucket Police Department officials did not immediately respond to insiders' requests for comment.
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