Two Huntingdonshire vehicle fires in half an hour

PUBLISHED: 10:32 21 February 2018

Fire crews were called to the blaze at a Stevenage care home.

Fire crews were called to the blaze at a Stevenage care home.

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Firefighters fought blazes in two vehicles in Huntingdonshire which started within half an hour of each other yesterday afternoon (Tuesday, February 20).

The first fire was reported in a lorry on the A14 near Spittals at 3.29pm and was attended by crews from Sawtry and Huntingdon.

At 3.55pm a crew from Stanground were called out to Sawtry where a car on the A1 was on fire.

Firefighters said both incidents were accidental.

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