SAN ANTONIO (CNN/KENS) - Santa will have fewer ways to get around this holiday season after fire damaged one of his sleighs.
The sleigh on display at an air conditioning business in San Antonio is used to haul donated gifts to needy children. It caught fire throughout the weekend and is now out of commission for Christmas.
The charity that uses the sleigh said the fire is a big setback, but they're still committed to getting gifts to kids this holiday season.
"Santa's sleigh is going to be out of commission for this Christmas," said Don Rackler, with Jon Wayne Heating and Air Conditioning. "So I don't know what we're going to do. We'll have to work on that maybe for next year."
Right now, investigators are not sure what caused the fire.The charity says it will have to take a less festive approach and use a truck to deliver gifts this year.
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