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A hose reel jet was used by firefighters to put out a small fire involving brambles and rubble, with smoke causing issues on the main road.
A road traffic collision involving a car and a heavy goods vehicle left a casualty trapped in the car. Newton Road was closed while firefighters isolated the car battery and prepared the vehicle ready to release the man as soon as the ambulance arrived. The car door was removed using specialist cutting equipment to enable him to be carefully removed from the car and handed into the care of paramedics.
Fire crews have been at the scene of a fire at Albis Ltd on Haig Road, Parkgate Industrial Estate, Knutsford. The fire involved an extractor fan on the ground floor of the manufacturing plant. Crews, two wearing breathing apparatus, tackled the blaze using a hose reel jet and a thermal imaging camera. The sprinkler system also activated. A high pressure fan was used to clear smoke. An investigation into the cause of the fire is being carried out.
All the people on site were evacuated as the fire was being fought, and allowed back just before 3.30pm.
Fire crews were called to a road traffic collision on Delph Lane, Warrington. The collision involved one vehicle and fire crews used a winch to release one casualty from a car. The casualty was then handed into the care of paramedics. Crews were at the scene for one hour.
Fire crews were called to a car fire on Sutton Way, Great Sutton. Crews, one wearing breathing apparatus, used a hose reel jet to put out the fire.
Fire crews were called to a fire in a camping pod at the Lady Heyes Caravan and Camping Site on Kingsley Road, Kingsley. Firefighters, two wearing breathing apparatus, used a hose reel jet to extinguish the fire. Two people who were inside the pod were rescued by members of the public prior to the arrival of the fire crews. One male, suffering from smoke inhalation, and one female, suffering from burns, were taken to hospital by paramedics. Crews were at the scene for one hour and 50 minutes.
The cause of the fire is currently under investigation but it is believed to have been started accidentally.
Fire crews were called to reports of three wheelie bins which were on fire on Coronation Street, Crewe. On arrival crews found the bins were well alight and used a hose reel jet to put out the fire. On inspection of the surrounding area crews found that a gas pipe had been damaged by the fire and crews then evacuated the residents in Coronation Crescent until a gas engineer isolated the gas main. Residents have returned to their properties.
An investigation into the cause of the fire is underway.
Fire crews were called to Paccinos Pizza on Royle Street, Congleton, after reports of a fire. Crews found a fire involving an electrical consumer unit and was extinguished with a dry powder extinguisher.
A hose reel jet was used by firefighters to put out a garden fire on Vicars Cross Road.
A small controlled burning at the back of a Sankey Way property got out of control. A hose reel jet was used to put out the fire.
Crews made the scene safe after a two-vehicle collision on Strawberry Way East. Nobody was trapped and there were no reported injuries.
Firefighters tackled a fire involving a wheelie bin on the playground on Samuel Street.
Please follow our wheelie bin safety advice.
Deliberate ignition is believed to be the cause of several wheelie bins on fire on Delamere Street.
Police also attended. Anyone with any information is urged to call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111 or Cheshire Police on 101 quoting incident number 104 of 22 September.
A wheelie bin fire was tackled by firefighters using a hose reel jet.
Please follow our wheelie bin safety advice.
A hose reel jet was used to put out a motorbike that was heavily involved in fire. The fire is believed to have been started deliberately and police were informed. Anyone with any information is urged to call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111 or Cheshire Police on 101.
Fire crews were called to a fire in a restaurant on Pepper Street, Chester. Crews were called to the Opera Grill restaurant and found a fire in a ducting feed. Crews put out the five wood burning grills which fed into the ducting and monitored it with a thermal imaging camera. Crews were at the scene for approximately two hours.
Fire crews were called to a one vehicle road traffic collision on the A550 Welsh Road. The vehicle was well alight on arrival and crews, one wearing breathing apparatus, used two hose reel jets to put out the fire. One casualty was taken by paramedics to hospital. Crews were at the scene for 50 minutes.
Fire crews were called to help a man who was trapped underneath a car on Long Looms, Barrow. Crews released the man using air bags and handed him into the care of paramedics.
Fire crews were called to a chip pan fire on Brook Street, Congleton. Crews, two wearing breathing apparatus, used a hose reel jet to put out the fire which was from an unattended chip pan. One casualty was treated for smoke inhalation and taken to hospital as a precaution by paramedics. Crews then cleared smoke from the property using a large fan. Crews were at the scene for 55 minutes.
More information about chip pan safety - http://www.cheshirefire.gov.uk/public-safety/home-safety/chip-pans
Firefighters were called to a one vehicle road collision on Chester Road, Hartford. Fire crews extracted one casualty from the vehicle before handing them into the care of paramedics.
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