Police, firefighters and paramedics were on the scene Thursday afternoon of a car and grass fire that appears to involve a fatality.
At about 2 p.m. RCMP were establishing a yellow-tape perimeter around a field off Highway 5A near the Princeton Airport, while the ground smouldered and a burned out car rested nearby.
A yellow tarp covered a small portion of the field.
An RCMP officer declined to give any information, however a resident who lives near the airport told The Spotlight that a man was sitting in the car when it burst into flames.
He said the man was on fire when he ran from the car, across Airport Road, and collapsed on the ground, which also caught fire.
He said the man was unable to be revived.
When the newspaper arrived firefighters were pouring water on the car, and on the grass. At about 2 p.m. they were using axes to build a soft guard around area that included the tarp.
Watch the Spotlight for more details as this story develops.
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