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Police looking for driver whose car crashed and burst into flames at Pilgrims Way, Canterbury

By KentOnline reporter

The police and fire brigade were called to the Pilgrims Way area of Canterbury on Monday night after reports of a car on fire.

It is believed the Ford Fiesta was involved in an accident at the Barton Business Park where it burst into flames at just after 8.30pm.

The driver did not remain at the scene.

Police have taped off a lane leading from Pilgrims Way to the Barton Business Park.

Police have taped off a lane leading from Pilgrims Way to the Barton Business Park.

Firefighters spent half an hour at the park and used a high pressure hose reel jet to douse the flames.

Police have taped off the entrance to a track which leads from Pilgrims Way to the business park.

They are looking for the driver of the car. Anyone with information is asked to phone police on 01843 222289 or Kent Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 quoting reference number 04-1309.

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