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Brixton bus fire: firefighters put out the fire on south london street | London

Firemen called to the burning bus in south London.

Dramatic images posted on social media showed number 333 from Tooting Broadway to Elephant & Castle on fire on Brixton Hill near the junction of moorish road on Friday morning.

Bus on fire in London in Brixton – video

driver and 20 passengers left bus before the arrival of firefighters, London fire the brigade said. There were no injuries, the fire was contained in 30 minutes, with one fire an engine from Brixton arrived on the scene.

well, that’s scary! Bus in Brixton stopped and immediately caught on fire. Huge flames and crash like beats of it was burned off. Stay safe in in heat! rice.twitter.com/l8qN2PHDeE

— Helen Chandler-Wilde (@h_chandlerwilde) June 17, 2022

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well, that’s scary! Bus in Brixton stopped and immediately caught on fire. Huge flames and crash like beats of it was burned off. Stay safe in in heat! rice.twitter.com/l8qN2PHDeE

— Helen Chandler-Wilde (@h_chandlerwilde) June 17, 2022

The Guardian understands that the extreme heat in London did not count cause of in fire.

Marlon Osborne, head of bus transport for London, declared: “The incident on bus in Brixton must have been really scary this morning for involved. Fortunately, all passengers were evacuated and no one was injured. We work closely with emergency services and the operator to urgently investigate the incident.

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