Mystery surrounds cause of double decker bus fire in Hatfield Heath

PUBLISHED: 11:16 23 April 2018 | UPDATED: 11:16 23 April 2018

The remains of the bus on The Heath. Picture: CONTRIBUTED.

The remains of the bus on The Heath. Picture: CONTRIBUTED.


The cause of a fire which left a double decker bus in Hatfield Heath destroyed is unknown.

A spokesman from Essex Fire and Rescue Service said that crews from Harlow, Old Harlow and Chelmsford were called to The Heath in Hatfield Heath at 2am on Saturday April 21, after reports of a double decker bus on fire.

On arrival firefighters reported that the vehicle was completely alight and extinguished the fire by 3am.

Essex Fire Service could not confirm the cause of the fire.

It is believed that the bus belongs to a project called United Borders, a youth programme based in North West London.


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