Car fire in front of Holyoke City Hall

No one was injured during the fire

Image Courtesy: Holyoke Fire Department

HOLYOKE, Mass. (WWLP) – The Holyoke Fire Department rushed to 536 Dwight Street, Thursday afternoon, to control a car fire that started in front of City Hall.

According to Holyoke Fire Captain Anthony Cerruti, the department received the alarm around 3:30 p.m. Thursday. The driver was able to get out safely and call the 911.

No one was injured, and the driver was the only one in the car. Cpt. Cerruti said the fire started because of a mechanical issue. In the video above you can see flames under the car near the front wheel.

Capt. Cerruit said this was the second car incident on Thursday. The first was in the morning when a car went off road and into the Holyoke Canal.

Image Courtesy: Holyoke Fire Department
Image Courtesy: Holyoke Fire Department

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