Commuters see rush hour blaze

PUBLISHED: 18:39 01 April 2008 | UPDATED: 15:43 11 May 2010

The scene at Royston railway station

The scene at Royston railway station

RUSH hour commuters were shocked when a car caught fire in the car park at Royston railway station. Fire crews were called at 7.56am on Tuesday and discovered the car alight. Commuter Patrick Flicker, a member of Royston Photographic Society, who saw the

RUSH hour commuters were shocked when a car caught fire in the car park at Royston railway station.

Fire crews were called at 7.56am on Tuesday and discovered the car alight.

Commuter Patrick Flicker, a member of Royston Photographic Society, who saw the fire on his way to work, said: "The fire was really going, I stood on the opposite side of the road encase it was going to blow up."

Mr Flicker, a member of the Royston Photograph Society, took The Crow's dramatic picture of the scene.

A spokesman for Herts Fire Service said that the cause of the fire was believed to be accidental.


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