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Middle School Students Escape New Jersey Stretch Limo Fire

Posted on June 26, 2013

MILLSTONE TOWNSHIP, N.J. — A group of Millstone Township Middle School students escaped injury as the limo they were riding in caught fire while headed to an eighth grade school dance on June 14. Passengers say that shortly after getting into the limo, smoke appeared in the central passenger compartment and spread to the front and back of the vehicle. The chauffeur quickly stopped the vehicle and evacuated passengers. Within 30 seconds, the vehicle was engulfed in flames, said one passenger. 


Read the full report here.

This fire is the latest in a spate of unrelated fires since May 4 involving stretches that do not originate in the engines:

Other incidents:

June 9: Group of Senior Women Escape Stretch Fire In Walnut Creek, Calif.

May 24: N.J. Family Escapes Limo Blaze On Way To JFK Airport

May 18: Stretch Limo Fire Near Baltimore

May 4: Five Women Perish In Stretch Limo Fire Near San Francisco

Related Topics: accidents, limo fire, limousine fires, New Jersey operators, passenger safety, stretch limousine, student transportation, vehicle safety

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