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Lorry driver's lucky escape after vehicle catches fire on main road




Crews from Lyndhurst and Redbridge spent about an hour battling the blaze (picture: HFRS)
Crews from Lyndhurst and Redbridge spent about an hour battling the blaze (picture: HFRS)

A LORRY driver had a lucky escape after his vehicle burst into flames on a main road in Cadnam this morning (Friday).

Firefighters rushed to the A336 Southampton Road, where the lorry was being engulfed by the blaze shortly after 7am. The driver managed to get out of the cab uninjured.

and Redbridge spent about an hour battling to contain the emergency.LyndhurstPolice closed the road in both directions while crews from

By the time the flames had been extinguished, the vehicle was severely damaged.

reporting a lorry fire on Southampton Road in Cadnam.HFRSA Hampshire police spokesperson said afterwards: “We were called at 7.14am today, 26th March, by colleagues from

“The road was closed for a short time to allow HRFS to deal with the incident. No one was injured. The fire is not being treated as suspicious.”



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