Statement Limousine's owner Karl Guenther II said all of their vehicles except two were lost in the blaze.
The singed document survived after the stretch was engulfed in 15-foot flames.
After three years of delays, operators will need to comply with new safety rules by Jan. 1, 2018.
The limousine was completely destroyed, but luckily everyone got out safely.
The man pleaded guilty in July to assault on a police officer and inciting a riot, which are considered felony charges.
MARCH LCT Editor's Edge: The reputation of this industry is vested in safety and security.
Everyone made it to the church, safely exited, retrieved the last cooler of alcohol, and moments later...KABOOM!
The fire happened around 10:20 a.m. Jan. 20 in the 1300 block of K Street during protests against the inauguration of President Donald Trump.
Rioters disrupting Inauguration Day set fire to a stretch run by an immigrant.
UPDATE: The operator says his insurance company is trying to get the Inauguration Day fire covered -- if not caused by a riot.
The family owned business has 30 fleet vehicles and has been in business for 25 years.
The owner estimates $70,000 in fire damages to the Lincoln MKT stretch burned by anti-Trump rioters on Inauguration Day.
The anti-Trump street melee resulted in a torched Lincoln MKT stretch parked along a D.C. street.
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