Fire crews tackle Hemingford Abbots car fire

16:56 12 May 2014

The scene in Cambridge Road.

The scene in Cambridge Road.

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Firefighters battled a car fire in Hemingford Abbots.

A crew from Huntingdon was called to Cambridge Road at 11.32am, where they extinguished a fire involving a silver Mercedes SL500 using a hose reel.

Crews returned to their stations by 12.50pm.

The fire was accidental, caused by an electrical fault.

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