The remnants of a car that was burnt out near the corner of Rushforth Road and Bimble Avenue in South Grafton at about 4am on Tuesday, 17th of February, 2015.Photo Bill North / Daily Examiner
The remnants of a car that was burnt out near the corner of Rushforth Road and Bimble Avenue in South Grafton at about 4am on Tuesday, 17th of February, 2015.Photo Bill North / Daily Examiner Bill North

Car burnt out in South Grafton

GRAFTON and South Grafton fire brigades attended two burnt out vehicles in separate incidents in the early hours of this morning (Wednesday, February 17).

A Coffs Clarence Local Area Command Police spokesman said services attended a burnt out truck in Smith St, Grafton at 2.50am and a car on fire at the intersection of Rushforth Road and Bimble Avenue at 4am.

"At 2.50am at 28 Smith St, Grafton, a Mazda T400 light rigid truck was alight and had been extiniguished by the owner with a hose," the spokesman said.

"At 4am a witness noticed a car on fire a the intersection of Rushforth Road and Bimble Avenue and called triple-O. The fire brigade attended and extinguished the vehicle.

"Police still looking into the cause and speaking to witnesses in relation to both instances." 

A truck which was burnt out on Smith Street, Grafton.
A truck which was burnt out on Smith Street, Grafton. Bill North


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