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Firefighters called to car fire on the M2

Firefighters were assisted by a motorist who helped deal with a car blaze on a Kent stretch of motorway last night.

Crews from Thames-side and Hoo fire stations had been called to the M2 London-bound, just before junction 1, at around 9.30pm, to reports of a vehicle's engine being on fire.

But by the time they arrived it had already been put out using a dry powder extinguisher.

Fire crews were called to a Range Rover alight on a driveway. Stock photo.
Fire crews were called to a Range Rover alight on a driveway. Stock photo.

They remained at the scene to damp the vehicle down and left shortly after.

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