Fire crews called to seafront motorcycle fire

11:00 24 March 2014


A motorcycle was destroyed by fire on Exmouth seafront yesterday afternoon.

Fire crews were called to the incident on The Esplanade at 4.45pm, and found a bike which crews described as ‘100 per cent damaged by fire’.

Firefighters with breathing apparatus extinguished the flames.

The cause of the fire was said to be accidental.


Other News Stories

Police tackling antisocial driving on Exmouth seafront have taken action against young motorists after concerns were raised from the public about speeding and dangerous driving

Read more

Exeter is Kupp’s first branch outside of London and will open opposite Absurd Bird at Queen St. Dining. It opens on October 29.

Read more

Police have told Genette Tate’s father his daughter’s unsolved case is closed after 38 years of investigation

Read more

A soldier from Exmouth cycled 170 miles on a static bicycle in aid of Blind Veterans UK, a national charity for vision-impaired ex-service men and women.

Read more

A controversial project which could see the Otter Valley flooded may have moved a step closer.

Read more

Lives are at risk because motorists ignoring the Highway Code are delaying the emergency services from leaving Exmouth’s fire and ambulance station.

Read more

An Ottery St Mary home was left badly damaged by smoke after a kitchen fire yesterday (Sunday).

Read more

Devon is to host a temporary Home Office respite facility for vulnerable young refugees arriving from Calais.

Read more
Yesterday, 12:30

Exmouth’s sea cadets are looking to expand the group, following the grand opening of their new £670,000 home.

Read more
Yesterday, 06:30

A new charity dedicated to helping suicide bereaved families is now supporting almost 100 people across the county, writes Becca Gliddon.

Read more

Local Weather



max temp: 10°C

min temp: 9°C

Most Read News

Useful Links

Advertise in the Paper
Submit a Story
Subscriptions Order
Photo Orders
Family notices
Google Plus
Reader Travel

Family Notices 24

Read Online

Read the Exmouth Journal e-edition E-edition

Newsletter Sign Up

Local business directory

Exmouth's trusted business finder


Show Job Lists

Find planning applications