Ottery fire crews called out to car fire on A30

PUBLISHED: 17:33 16 May 2017 | UPDATED: 17:33 16 May 2017

Picture by Simon Horn.

Picture by Simon Horn.


Fire crews from Ottery and Middlemoor were called out after reports of a vehicle on fire on the A30.

Firefighters were called to the A30 West Daisymount shortly before 3pm this afternoon (Tuesday).

A fire service spokesman said: “Once in attendance crews located a single vehicle collision, the vehicle had collided into the central reservation.

All occupants were free and clear of the vehicle and crews made the vehicle safe.”

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