Firefighters busy with vehicle fires across St Albans

PUBLISHED: 08:38 25 September 2017 | UPDATED: 08:38 25 September 2017

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Fire engine


Firefighters were busy extinguishing vehicle fires in St Albans this weekend.

At 8.13pm yesterday (September 25), crews from Borehamwood rushed to How Wood, Park Street, because a motorbike was on fire - they used a hosereel to put it out.

A little later, at 11.08pm, crews from St Albans went to Hill End Lane because a vehicle was on fire. It could be extinguished with bucket of water.

Then at 11.35pm, the St Albans firefighters were called to a different motorbike on fire in Creighton Avenue. A hosereel was used to put out this blaze.

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