Bikes, gas tanks burnt in Hamilton car park
A group of motorcycles parked at Bulls Head Car Park was set alight this morning, along with propane cylinders.
The incident caused damage at the western end of the lot and affected ramp access from the ground floor to the additional floors above, according to the Corporation of Hamilton. A structural engineer is on site today to assess the damage.
No injuries were caused, the Corporation statement said. Bull’s Head Car Park will remain open from both the Elliott Street ramp at the east end of the lot as well as the ground floor entrance on the western end, and there will be no interruption of commuter parking by Monday morning.
A police spokesman said the Bermuda Fire and Rescue Service and police officers responded at 5.30am.
“It was ascertained that three motorcycles were set on fire.
“However the fire was subsequently extinguished by the fire service.”
Police have asked that anyone with information about the incident, or who may have seen someone acting suspiciously in the area, to call 295-0011.
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