Car bursts into flames outside Cabinet Office
A car blaze near the Cabinet Office was tackled by firefighters yesterday.
The fire severely damaged a Daihatsu Sirion owned by Cal’s Quality Driving School.
The incident happened on Court Street opposite the Premier’s office.
A spokesman for the Bermuda Fire and Rescue Service said they received a call just after 4pm about a vehicle fire near the intersection of Reid Street and Court Street.
He said: “When they arrived, firefighters noticed a car fully involved in fire.
“The blaze was quickly brought under control and the incident is under investigation.”
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