Firefighters tackle seventh vehicle blaze in three months
Firefighters tackled a blazing truck in the early hours of Saturday.
The Bermuda Fire and Rescue Service responded to a report of a fire at 4.53am on Parsons Road and St Augustine Road in Pembroke.
A fire crew found a light truck “fully involved in flames” and brought it under control.
A fire service spokesman said the cause of the fire was under investigation.
This morning’s incident was the seventh vehicle fire in three months.
Police appealed for witnesses to a fire on March 11 where a car and five motorcycles were destroyed.
Firefighters tackled the blaze on Rambling Lane, Pembroke, at around 4.30am and were able to bring the fire under control before flames spread to a nearby apartment.
A police spokesman later said that the incident was “suspicious” and an investigation had been launched.
A car was destroyed by fire in Sandys on February 20.
Another car fire happened in Devonshire on New Year’s Eve last year.
Three of the blazes happened in a three-day period last December.
All began late at night or in the early hours of the morning and were investigated by fire service experts.