A few cars on the road are using fire extinguisher to contain the blaze that destroyed two Kipps appliances.ABC News’ Matt Cagle and Michael Mearns found the cars on a map.
They found that the Kipp’s and Kmart’s fire extinguishers were used to extinguish the fire, but the car brand was missing from the list.
The cars on that map were found parked in the garage at the Kmart in Westwood, California.
The Kmart owner was able to get the cars back after a tow truck pulled over, but that wasn’t the end of the problem.
Cagle and MearNS found the K-mart owners car on a website and found that its registration plate had been removed and replaced with the brand name.
Kipps responded to ABC News with the following statement: Kipp SAE has been notified that a Kmart was the subject of a complaint regarding the vehicle being used as a fire extinguishing vehicle.
The complaint was brought forward by a member of our customer service team.
KippSAE has taken immediate action to address the issue.
“Kipp Sae is aware of the situation and we have been in communication with the company regarding the issue,” Kipp spokesman Joe McDonough told ABC News.
McDonough said the company has a zero tolerance policy for any violations of its zero tolerance code of conduct and that the company is working to find a solution.