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Scheana's Nightmare! Sister Barely Escapes Roadside Inferno After Car Catches Fire

scheana sister escapes roadside inferno 

Jan. 19 2018, Published 2:56 p.m. ET

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scheana sister escapes roadside inferno 

Scheana Shay is feeling grateful after her sister nearly escaped a roadside inferno on Thursday, Radaronline.com has learned. Cortney Erin, 19, and her boyfriend Justice Holden were traveling through Las Vegas when their Jeep blew up. The couple documented their tragic experience over Instagram.

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scheana sister escapes roadside inferno 

"Omg!!!! My sister @cortney.erin and her Bf @justicehorden got out just in time," The Vanderpump Rules star, 32, captioned an Instagram post with a photo of the vehicle being engulfed in flames.

scheana sister escapes roadside inferno 

Holden first showed a photo of the smoky car, while Cortney stayed back and called for help.

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scheana sister escapes roadside inferno 

In a matter of minutes the car exploded and the flames intensified.

scheana sister escapes roadside inferno 

By the time the Las Vegas fire department put the fire out, the car was done for.

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scheana sister escapes roadside inferno 

Cortney can be seen observing the aftermath.

scheana sister escapes roadside inferno 

Thankfully, no one was injured.

scheana sister escapes roadside inferno 

But some of their things didn't make it. In one post, Cortney wrote, "Slothy guy made it out, but my purse and our cameras didn't."

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