Firefighters tackle beer lorry on fire on M25

PUBLISHED: 16:05 14 May 2012 | UPDATED: 16:50 14 May 2012



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Firefighters tackled a blaze on a lorry carrying beer last Friday.

Crews from Harold Hill, Brentwood and Romford, put out the fire on the M25 near the junction with the A127 on Friday around 1.45pm.

A spokesman for the fire brigade said that the lorry driver had been alerted to the fire after being flagged down by a passing motorist.

No one was hurt in the incident, which took 45 minutes to put out.

The spokesman added that the beer was not damaged either.

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