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Vehicle ignites on Fort Hill

November 9th, 2014 | Tags: vehicle ignites Fort Hill firefighters occupants
Yet another vehicle was destroyed by fire along a road on Fort Hill in Tortola; however its occupants escaped without injuries. Photo: VINO
This occurred sometime shortly after 1:00pm today November 9, 2014. Photo: VINO
This occurred sometime shortly after 1:00pm today November 9, 2014. Photo: VINO
Minutes later the fire was quenched and one man was sitting to the rear of the vehicle carrying the licence plate # PV15288. Asked if anyone was injured, he said no. Photo: VINO
Minutes later the fire was quenched and one man was sitting to the rear of the vehicle carrying the licence plate # PV15288. Asked if anyone was injured, he said no. Photo: VINO
The burnt out vehicle. Photo: VINO
The burnt out vehicle. Photo: VINO
FORT HILL, Tortola, VI - (Post Time 2:35PM) - Yet another vehicle was destroyed by fire along a road on Fort Hill in Tortola; however its occupants escaped without injuries.

This occurred sometime shortly after 1:00pm today November 9, 2014. When this news site first spotted the vehicle firefighters were dowsing the flames out.

Minutes later the fire was quenched and one man was sitting to the rear of the vehicle carrying the licence plate # PV15288. Asked if anyone was injured, he said no.

This has not been the first or second vehicle to meet its demise along this route in the past 12 months.

13 Responses to “Vehicle ignites on Fort Hill”

  • pat (09/11/2014, 15:20) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    Son hope you got insurance…
    • @ pat (09/11/2014, 22:50) Like (0) Dislike (2) Reply
      Odds are that he does. I'd bet the ranch on it.
    • Ummm (10/11/2014, 14:04) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      Correct me if i am wrong the license sticker is red and says 10 which significes October.....if i am not wrong the vehicle had no reason being on the road as based on the sticker it isn't license.....however, I do hope he paid the insurance with the intention to license today Monday.......if not wow
  • frightening (09/11/2014, 16:54) Like (1) Dislike (1) Reply
    quite frightening alot of these vehicles are grand vitara.
  • one eye (09/11/2014, 17:27) Like (2) Dislike (3) Reply
    May be he just wanted the fire truck to start pumping water from biwater he he
  • zoe (09/11/2014, 18:26) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    This should not be another unsolved car fire
  • vi (09/11/2014, 21:33) Like (2) Dislike (1) Reply
    These people not spending any monies servicing their vehicles.
    • @ vi (09/11/2014, 22:43) Like (0) Dislike (1) Reply
      Oh for goodness sake maybe the car had defects when it came to the BVI
    • What? (10/11/2014, 06:14) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
      The car crashed into something first, then caught fire. Can't you see the damage to the front? What has servicing a vehicle got to do with that?
  • fish (09/11/2014, 22:31) Like (5) Dislike (7) Reply
    vino you need to win a Pulitzer for always where the news happens
  • These thing happen It was just a fire you people are too picky people need to be more polite .. (09/11/2014, 23:59) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    People need to be more couscous and think about what the owner have to do to get a new vehicle to drive..


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