Around 30 passengers evacuated onto M25 as coach catches fire
No injuries were reported
Around 30 passengers were evacuated onto the M25 when their coach caught fire on Wednesday evening, Buckinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service has said.
The fire service was called at 7.10pm to the coach, which caught fire between junctions 15 and 16 on the country’s busiest motorway.
The fire was put out “relatively quickly”, the fire service said, and there were no injuries.
Latest incident: Crews are currently at the scene of a coach fire on the M25 clockwise between junctions 15 (M4 interchange) and 16 (M40 interchange). No injuries reported pic.twitter.com/CMbqhxtlRI— Bucks and MK Fire (@Bucksfire) February 14, 2018
Thames Valley Police and South Central Ambulance Service also attended the incident “as a precaution”, the service said.
Tracey Howell, 45, captured the scene on camera as she passed in the opposite direction.