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Fire response vehicle out of action after being damaged in collision

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A FIRE & Rescue Service response vehicle was put out of action after being involved in a crash just yards from its headquarters yesterday afternoon.

A FIRE & Rescue Service response vehicle was put out of action after being involved in a crash just yards from its headquarters yesterday afternoon.

The duty officer response car was involved in the collision with a UK-registered Ford Focus at the junction of Doyle Road and Brock Road in St Peter Port at around 12.40pm.

Police are investigating the incident, in which both vehicles sustained substantial damaged.

Both drivers escaped without injury.

Fire and Rescue Service control manager Claire McKenzie said the damaged vehicle had been replaced, so the incident would not impact on any emergency responses.

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