No one injured in car fire on M23 near Handcross

Crews were called to the car fire after 12.30pm today (August 15)
Crews were called to the car fire after 12.30pm today (August 15)

No one was injured when a car caught fire on the A23 near Handcross earlier today.

Two fire engines were called to the incident just after 12.30pm.

Picture: Sussex Roads Police

Picture: Sussex Roads Police

A spokesman for West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service said: “We were called to a small vehicle fire on the A23 northbound near Handcross at 12.37pm.

“Two engines attended where a car was alight. The fire was extinguished using two breathing apparatus and two hose reels.

“The car was 70 per cent damaged by fire. We left at 1.17pm. There were no reports of injuries.”

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