Crew tackles Christchurch car fire

14:12 27 May 2014

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A crew tackled a car fire caused by an electrical fault in Christchurch on Sunday.

At 2.50pm, a crew from March was called to a car fire in Sixteen Foot Bank.

Two firefighters wearing breathing apparatus used a hose reel to extinguish it.

The road was closed while firefighters tackled the fire.

The crew returned to their station by 4.10pm.

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