GOLD HILL, Ore.-- Everyone is okay after an RV caught fire in Gold Hill Thursday.
Oregon State Police say this RV was found abandoned near milepost 6 on Highway 234.
The motorhome fire shut down traffic for over 30 minutes.
No one was inside.
Police say they're not sure how long it had been there.
Jackson County Fire District Three responded.
The RV was pulled off the roadway and towed from the scene once fire crews got the fire extinguished.
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