Ambulances Burn at UK Hospital

REDHILL, England (BBC News) – A fire that destroyed three ambulances and caused a huge explosion outside a hospital in Surrey was caused by an electrical fault, fire crews have said.  The blaze started in a private ambulance that had just brought an elderly patient to East Surrey Hospital, Redhill, on Monday.  It was parked when oxygen cylinders exploded. No-one was injured.  The fire spread quickly to two vehicles parked next to it belonging to the South East Coast Ambulance Service.



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