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Firefighters Want to Warn People About the Danger of Leaving Water Bottles in Cars

By Aimee Lutkin

You've turned off the oven, unplugged the toaster and the space heater, blown out the candles, and you never smoke in bed. The alarms are charged, and you've got your exit route planned and labeled. Seems like you've done all you can in terms of fire safety. OR HAVE YOU?

It turns out there are still more ways to start a fire that you've probably never even considered, and this new way involves one of fire's only natural enemies: water.

This video of a hunky battery technician from the Idaho Power Company named Dioni Amuchastegui is gaining traction again as summer temperatures threaten vehicles. Amuchastegui was walking by a truck on his break when he noticed a little smoke inside a parked van, WYFF 4 reports. And you know what they say—where there's smoke, there's fire.