Cheshire firefighters called to tackle BMW engulfed in flames

Cheshire firefighters were called to deal with a BMW engulfed in flames.

Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service were called to Elm Road shortly before 5pm yesterday evening (September 2).

One fire engine from Middlewich attended the scene where crews found a black BMW heavily ablaze.

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Firefighters had to wear breathing equipment whilst they tackled the fire.

Crews managed to get the fire under control by using a hose reel and dry powder which eventual extinguished the blaze.

Middlewich Fire Station posted news of the incident, along with a picture from the scene, on their social media page.

The post read: “Firefighters were called to reports of a car fire in Middlewich this evening.

“On arrival the vehicle was well alight. Firefighters used 1 BA, 2 hose reels and a dry powder extinguisher to bring it under control.

“No persons were injured.”

A spokesperson for Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service said: “Firefighters attended to a car well alight on Elm Road.

“Wearing breathing apparatus a hose reel and dry powder were used to extinguish the flames.”

Cheshire Live – Cheshire