Two police cars have been destroyed after a fire broke out at Harwich Police Station in Essex.
Images of one of the patrol vehicles completely engulfed in flames have been shared on social media.
It is not yet known if the fires weres started deliberately or if there were any injuries. Members of the public can access the car park at Harwich Police Station via the rear of the premises (Fernlea Road).
At the time of the incident, A spokesperson for Essex Police tweeted to say:
“Emergency services are currently at the scene of a fire involving two police cars at Harwich Police Station in Main Road, Harwich.
“Roads in the area have been closed while emergency services deal with the fire.
“We’re advising you to avoid the area and plan your journeys”.
The access point to Harwich Police Station | Google Street View
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