This is what is left of a car that crashed into a Hampshire sailing club and caught fire, setting the build alight too.
The male driver was out of the vehicle when fire crews arrived and was being dealt with by South Central Ambulance Service.
Firefighters used 16 sets of breathing apparatus, two hose reels and two jets to bring the blaze under control.
The car was 100% damaged and the building was approximately 30% damaged by the fire.
Hampshire Fire crews are dealing with a fire at Emsworth sailing club after a car crashed into the building.
Fire crews were called to the incident at 6:36am.
A man was pulled from the vehicle before the fire from the car set the sailing club building alight.
He is now in the care of the ambulance service.
Crews from Emsworth, Havant, Horndean and Hayling Island are at the scene, with a special equipment unit from Cosham and a water carrier from Eastleigh also in attendance.
A high tide and storm conditions have led to limited flooding in Emsworth, Langstone and Hayling Island.
The flooding caused some damage to the slipway at Langstone, which will be assessed, along with the rest of the foreshore, once the weather allows.
There is more bad weather expected this weekend and Havant Borough Council will have staff on stand-by to assist if required.
Residents are asked to stay safe during this time and not visit areas where flooding is expected. There is a risk of being swept away by rough seas or flood water.
If anyone sees flooding near electricity substations in residential areas they are asked to report it to Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE) on 0800 072 72 82.
A 35-year-old man was assaulted by another man in the Grosvenor Casino in Gunwharf Quays.
Police are appealing for the man in the CCTV image to speak to them in connection with the assault that happened on Sunday 6th October 2013.
The victim from Emsworth received facial injuries but they were not life-threatening.
The Lord Raglan pub in Emsworth and the street outside were flooded by the tidal surge.
The Olympic champion Heather Stanning, who won the first gold medal for Great Britain at London 2012 - today received a medal of a different kind.
Captain Stanning was presented with an operational medal at her barracks in Thorney Island in Sussex. It follows a six month tour - in Afghanistan.
The army officer and her team mate Helen Glover, won Team GB’s first Gold Medal at the London 2012 games in the rowing women’s pair.
The Royal Artillery officer told our reporter Sally Simmonds - she now has her heart set on a second gold - in Rio.
Olympic Gold Medallist Captain Heather Stanning has returned from Helmand Province after a 6 month tour as part of the British military’s force in Afghanistan. Army Officer Heather, and her team mate Helen Glover, won Team GB’s first Gold Medal at the London 2012 games in the rowing women’s pair.
Following her Olympic success Capt Stanning returned to her career with the Royal Artillery. After completing intensive pre-deployment training and specialist training working with the Royal Artillery’s Unmanned Air Systems, her chosen specialisation, she deployed to Afghanistan in April this year.
– PC Andy Rawlinson, Sussex Police
This was an extremely dangerous thing to have done and it is fortunate no one was hurt or even killed. The bridge carries a farm track over the A27 between Woodmancote Lane and South Lane in Southbourne. It lies midway between the Stein Road and Broad Road bridges. Anybody who saw anyone loitering either on the bridge or in that area is asked to get in touch.
Anyone with information should phone Sussex Police on 101, quoting 1509 of 1/11, or e-mail:email@example.com. Alternatively, call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman driving west on the A27 between Chichester and Emsworth at about 6.20pm on Friday, November 1, had a rock thrown at her convertible car, smashing the windscreen.
The woman and her husband, who was a passenger in the vehicle, were showered in glass but escaped injury. The woman managed to safely stop the car in a nearby lay-by.
The rock was thrown from a bridge near Havant.