Rush hour traffic blocked by flaming car

Watford Observer: Picture by Matt Godwin Picture by Matt Godwin

Traffic is building up in Watford after a car burst into flames in Hempstead Road.

Firefighters and police officers rushed to the scene, near the Shell petrol station on the Dome Roundabout at 4.52pm.

A Mercedes Benz car is currently on fire.

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5:16pm Fri 24 Jan 14

generalchaos says...

A car bursts into flames in Hempstead Road and Police and Firefighters rush to the scene near to the Dome roundabout !!!!! Is there anybody in the newsroom with just a little local knowledge of the area ?
A car bursts into flames in Hempstead Road and Police and Firefighters rush to the scene near to the Dome roundabout !!!!! Is there anybody in the newsroom with just a little local knowledge of the area ? generalchaos

6:24pm Fri 24 Jan 14

phil mitchel says...

Senior reporter doesn't know the difference between The Dome and Hunton Bridge....disgracefu
ll he should be ashamed.
Senior reporter doesn't know the difference between The Dome and Hunton Bridge....disgracefu ll he should be ashamed. phil mitchel

12:16pm Sat 25 Jan 14

Cuetip says...

generalchaos wrote:
A car bursts into flames in Hempstead Road and Police and Firefighters rush to the scene near to the Dome roundabout !!!!! Is there anybody in the newsroom with just a little local knowledge of the area ?
Maybe it's a subtle directional ploy to keep us awake.
[quote][p][bold]generalchaos[/bold] wrote: A car bursts into flames in Hempstead Road and Police and Firefighters rush to the scene near to the Dome roundabout !!!!! Is there anybody in the newsroom with just a little local knowledge of the area ?[/p][/quote]Maybe it's a subtle directional ploy to keep us awake. Cuetip

1:05pm Sat 25 Jan 14

Reader (R) says...

Actual location of the vehicle on fire was: A41 near the junction with Old Mill Lane, Hunton Bridge.
Actual location of the vehicle on fire was: A41 near the junction with Old Mill Lane, Hunton Bridge. Reader (R)

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