23 April 2013

Up in smoke

There was a big plume of thick black smoke across the Derriford end of Plymouth on Sunday evening after a coach was set alight at Plymouth Airport.

FIRE crews raced to Plymouth Airport last night as an abandoned coach went up in flames. Plumes of thick black smoke were visible across the city as the blaze took hold near the runway at about 8pm. Sergeant Ryan Canning said: "The fire was first reported by a police community support officer who was in the area, and we had numerous calls from members of the public." The coach was completely gutted and Sergeant Canning said there were also signs of fire in the adjacent portacabins.

Read more: http://www.thisisplymouth.co.uk/VIDEO-Plymouth-City-Airport-police-suspect-arson/story-18762672-detail/story.html#ixzz2REepiQp2

Anyone know exactly what coach this was?

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