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Kent Fire and Rescue crews put out blaze at Shell petrol station at Macknade on the A2 at Faversham

22 June 2014
by Gazette reporter

Crews from three fire engines and a foam unit dealth with a motorhome that caught light while refuelling at a petrol station in Faversham.

Fire crews raced to the scene

Fire crews raced to the scene

Firefighters were called to the Shell garage at Macknade on the A2 Cantebury Road at 1.20pm.

Crews isolated the Liquid Petroleum Gas-powered vehicle, moving it away from the petrol pumps, switched off the LPG cannister and wore breathing apparatus to fight the fire.

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