05:51PM, Saturday 04 August 2018
A car that caught fire on the M4 caused traffic to come to a standstill this afternoon (Saturday).
Two Slough fire crews were called to junction five, heading eastbound towards London, after a Vauxhall Corsa caught alight at 1.30pm.
No people were harmed in the incident but all three lanes of the motorway were closed for five-10 minutes as firefighters moved the vehicle out of the road.
They then spent around 30 minutes putting out the fire after it had been taken aside.
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