Warwick car fire causes traffic delays
Two people escaped injury tonight after their car burst into flames in Warwick.
Lieutenant Russann Francis of the Bermuda Fire&Rescue Service confirmed the two occupants of the car got out of the burning vehicle unhurt.
She added that firefighters using breathing equipment tackled the blaze and extinguished it.
The fire near Cobb’s Hill, close to the junction with Manse Road, started about 5pm and caused traffic delays.
The road has now reopened to two lanes of traffic.
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