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Fire brigade called to overheated car in Barking multi-storey

PUBLISHED: 13:40 01 October 2019 | UPDATED: 13:52 01 October 2019

Firefighters planning a response. Picture: Luke Acton.

Firefighters planning a response. Picture: Luke Acton.

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An overheated car has seen the fire brigade called to a multi-storey car park in Barking.

Firefighters at the London Road car park. Picture: Sophie MortonFirefighters at the London Road car park. Picture: Sophie Morton

About 20 firefighters were called to the London Road multi-storey car park in James Street, Barking at 1.09pm.

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Crews from Barking, Ilford and Plaistow were called to the fourth floor while at least four fire engines were at the scene.

A London Fire Brigade spokesman said: "There are no reports of any injuries. The vehicle was not on fire. It was a car that had overheated."

One of the four fire engines that attended the incident. Picture: Luke Acton.One of the four fire engines that attended the incident. Picture: Luke Acton.

The incident was dealt with by 1.31pm.


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