Gamlingay and Potton fire crews tackle ‘deliberate’ South Cambs car blaze

PUBLISHED: 13:23 30 July 2018

Crews from Gamlingay and Potton were sent to a car fire in Guilden Morden at the weekend.

Crews from Gamlingay and Potton were sent to a car fire in Guilden Morden at the weekend.


Crews from Gamlingay and Potton fire stations were called to an incident where it’s believed a car was deliberately set on fire in South Cambridgeshire at the weekend.

At 11.50pm on Saturday, the crews were sent to the fire in Potton Road, Guilden Morden.

Firefighters arrived to the scene to find the car alight and extinguished the flames using a hose reel. They returned to their stations by 2am.

A Cambs fire service spokesman has said the cause of the fire is believed to be deliberate.

Anyone with information about the incident should call Cambs police on 101, visit to submit an online report or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.


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