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Burnt out car left on M60 slip road after bursting into flames

A burnt out car was pictured on the M60 after bursting into flames on Tuesday night (April 2). Police, paramedics and fire crews raced to the scene of the blaze that forced the slip road to be closed at the junction for the A34.

Motorists reported delays of 40 minutes with queues continuing to build as the fire service worked to dampen the flames. The cause of the fire has not been confirmed.

Emergency services descended on the scene shortly before 6.30pm to reports of a car fire. The junction 3 slip road on the clockwise carriageway was closed off, as was the anticlockwise exit slip road due to the same incident.

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It is understood there were no injuries reported in the blaze. Pictures of the aftermath show the white car had been badly scorched and was left completely burnt out to the rear.

A spokesperson for Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS) said: “Shortly after 18.20pm this evening (Tuesday, 2 April), one fire engine from Stockport fire station was called to attend a car fire on the M60, Stockport.

“Our crew arrived quickly and used one breathing apparatus and one hose reel to extinguish the fire.

“Firefighters worked alongside colleagues from Greater Manchester Police to make the area safe before departing after approximately 40 minutes at the scene.”