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Car set ablaze on river bank

A car was set alight on the riverbank in South Grafton between Wharf St and Skinner St about 8pm on Monday.
A car was set alight on the riverbank in South Grafton between Wharf St and Skinner St about 8pm on Monday. Terry Deefholts

POLICE and firefighters were called to the scene of a car fire at 8pm on Monday.

The car was set alight on the river bank between Wharf St and Skinner St in South Grafton.

Witnesses at the scene reported hearing a series of explosions which firefighters said was likely to be the car's tyres and air bag cart- ridges exploding.

The Daily Examiner has heard of at least four car thefts in the Grafton area in the past week but this could not be confirmed with police yesterday.

Topics:  car fire firefighters grafton police skinner st wharf st



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