Firefighters in breathing apparatus tackle car fire on M25 between junctions 8 and 9

Firefighters in breathing apparatus tackle car fire on M25

Firefighters in breathing apparatus tackle car fire on M25

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Firefighters in breathing apparatus tackled a car fire on the M25 this morning.

The car caught fire while driving between junction 8, at Reigate, and junction 9, at Leatherhead, in the clockwise direction.

A Leatherhead fire station spokesman said they were called to the car fire at 3.55am. He said: "They used two hose reels and two breathing apparatus to put the car fire out."

Crews from Epsom, Leaterhead and Godstone attended the incident. An Epsom firefighter said: "We were there for just over an hour."


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