Car burns in Oslo Beach

2017-01-12 06:02
PHOTO: supplied The burnt-out car after it was extinguished by emergency service officers.

PHOTO: supplied The burnt-out car after it was extinguished by emergency service officers.

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ON Monday morning a silver Renault Clio caught alight on Marine Drive in Oslo Beach, just after the bridge after the Ugu offices coming from Port Shepstone.

Belinda Catchpole spokesperson of Kwazulu Private Ambulances said emergency services were informed that the occupants were trapped in the car.

Upon arrival at the scene paramedics and other emergency services found the vehicle burning. No one was injured.

“Fortunately the driver managed to get out of the car, but there were no passengers travelling with him,” said Catchpole.

She said the cause of the fire is unknown and investigations are continuing.

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