Emergency services respond to Crewe car blaze in 'suspicious' incident

By Ryan Parker

10th Jun 2024 | Local News

On Sunday 9 June, Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service received reports of a car blaze at The Birches, off Davenport Avenue (Nub News).
On Sunday 9 June, Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service received reports of a car blaze at The Birches, off Davenport Avenue (Nub News).

Emergency services responded to a Crewe car blaze in the middle of the night, with Cheshire Police appealing for information on the "suspicious" incident.

On Sunday 9 June, Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service received reports of a car in flames at The Birches, off Davenport Avenue.

At 12:42am, one fire engine from Crewe arrived at the scene, discovering a blue BMW in flames.

The BMW sustained serious damage in the 'suspicious' car fire (Nub News).

Firefighters used one breathing apparatus and one hose reel to extinguish the blaze, with the saloon car left seriously damaged.

Police were called to the scene, with the incident being treated as a potential arson attack.

A Cheshire Police spokesperson told Nub News: "At 12:42am on Sunday 9 June, police were made aware of a car fire on the Birches, Crewe.

"Officers attended and found the fire involved a blue BMW.

No one was injured in the incident, with Cheshire Police appealing for witnesses (Nub News).

"The cause of the fire is currently being treated as suspicious.

"Anyone with any information is asked to contact Cheshire Police via the website, or call 101, quoting IML 1843093."

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