Minibus catches fire in Ramsey

10:57 14 February 2013

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A MINIBUS caught fire in Ramsey after an electrical fault.

Firefighters used one hose reel to extinguish the fire, which broke out in Station Road, Ramsey at 9.05am on Wednesday (February 13).

They returned to their base by 9.25am.

“The cause was accidental, believed to be an electrical fault,” said a fire service spokesman.

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