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Fire destroys power boat at Red Bay, East End

November 5th, 2018 | Tags: Red Bay fire Power boat
Fire destroys Power Boat at Red Bay, East End
The boat believed to be used for private charters was totally destroyed by the time the Fire and Rescue Department reached to it. Photo: Team of Reporters
The boat believed to be used for private charters was totally destroyed by the time the Fire and Rescue Department reached to it. Photo: Team of Reporters
Both the police and the Fire and Rescue Department are now investigating the circumstances that led to the fire. Photo: Team of Reporters
Both the police and the Fire and Rescue Department are now investigating the circumstances that led to the fire. Photo: Team of Reporters
Power Boat before the Fire. Photo: Team of Reporters
Power Boat before the Fire. Photo: Team of Reporters
RED BAY, Tortola, VI: A power boat believed to belong to a young Hodge resident caught fire early this morning Monday, November 5, 2018, according to eyewitnesses.

Red Bay is located in the area of Alphonso Gas Station on the Eastern End of Tortola.

Completely destroyed

The boat believed to be used for private charters was totally destroyed by the time the Fire and Rescue Department reached to it around 6:15 AM when they attempted to put out the fire.

Both the Police and the Fire and Rescue Department are now investigating the circumstances that led to the fire which rendered the boat along with its engines useless.

Virgin Islands News Online newsroom will provide updates as they become available. 

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