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Investigations Ongoing into Grandbay Fire

Fire officials are still trying to determine the cause of a fire which consumed one house and damaged another in the Grandbay in the early hours of Tuesday.

The Grand Bay Fire Station responded to a House Fire at Montin close to 2am this morning.

The house in question was owned by Morrison Commodore and at the time was not occupied.

The wooden house was destroyed by the blaze, while an adjacent building owned by Elizabeth Commodore was partially destroyed.

That building was also unoccupied.

Further investigations into the cause of fire and cost of damage are still ongoing.

Meantime, the fire department is also reporting no injuries following a vehicular fire which destroyed a passenger bus belonging to Dale Smith, early Tuesday morning.

The Fire crew from the Douglas Charles Airport Station responded to a motor vehicle fire at Palm Tree in Woodford Hill, close to 3am in the morning.

A 16-seater Toyota Hiace passenger bus driven by Dale Smith, collided with a utility pole before being caught up in a blaze. The vehicle was destroyed.

No injuries were reported.
No passengers were reported to have been in the bus at the time of the accident.

Investigations into the circumstances surrounding the collision and the fire are currently ongoing.

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