Published: 6/22/2022 3:39:07 PM
Modified: 6/22/2022 3:38:48 PM
DEERFIELD — Motorists commuting on Routes 5 and 10 early Wednesday early morning could have found flames and billowing smoke coming from a Volvo 940 on the roadside.
The fire, which begun with the engine and swiftly engulfed the vehicle, occurred shortly ahead of 9 a.m. around the intersection with Childs Cross Highway. Deerfield Hearth District firefighters arrived in just 10 minutes, and the South Deerfield Fire District shortly thereafter. Having said that, only machines from the Deerfield department was wanted to extinguish the blaze.
“We did not have to have to use our hoses,” stated South Deerfield Fire District Lt. Bob Swasey.
“There have been no injuries,” Deerfield Police Officer Bob Warger mentioned. “Everyone got out of the motor vehicle prior to I received in this article.”
According to Nick Paine, proprietor of the Volvo, he was driving to do the job in Florence when the driver guiding him flagged him down. As Paine slowed down, smoke began billowing out of his auto.
“The male who flagged me down assisted me get some stuff out of the car or truck prior to it caught on fireplace,” Paine claimed as he stood upcoming to a child’s booster seat and a box on the side of the highway.
Paine explained he experienced owned the Volvo considering the fact that March. He does modest repairs on his motor vehicle, and hires a mechanic to do larger repairs.
“I had long gone by the complete motor vehicle. I just mounted the air conditioner and put on new lights,” he recounted. “This matter is toast.”