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Fire crews responded to a report of a house fire on Hillside Drive, Ellesmere Port.

When they arrived they found that there had been a fire involving a cooker. This had gone out but the property was filled with smoke. A woman was suffering from the effects of inhaling the smoke. She was cared for by the ambulance service while crews used a large fan to clear the smoke.
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Firefighters were called to a report of a fire on Brookdale Park in Crewe.

When they arrived crews found that there was a pick up truck on fire. Firefighters used a hose reel jet to put the fire out.

It is believed that this fire was started deliberately. If you have information that could help find those responsible please call Crimstoppers on 0800 555 111 or Cheshire Constabulary on 101.
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Firefighters were called to a report of a collision near to the Swan Inn, Macclesfield Road, Kettleshulme.

When they arrived crews found that the collision involved one car. A woman was trapped inside. Firefighters rescued the woman who was then transferred to hospital by Air Ambulance.






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Firefighters responded to a collision between Junction 21 and 22 on the M6.

When they arrived crews found that the incident involved a heavy goods vehicle and a car.  One woman was trapped.

Firefighters freed the casualty who was then passed to the care of the ambulance service.
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Firefighters used a hose reel jet to tackle a rubbish fire off Marsh Lane in Frodsham.
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Firefighters used a hose reel jet to tackle a car fire on Fallowfield Court in Crewe.

It is believed that this fire was started deliberately. If you have any information that could help find those responsible please call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or Cheshire Constabulary on 101.
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Firefighters were called to a report of a house fire on Caernarvon Close, Runcorn.

When they arrived crews found a fire in the kitchen. A hose reel jet and a large fan was used to deal with the incident. 

A woman was treated at the scene with oxygen for slight smoke inhalation but did not require any further treatment. Crews were in attendance for 50 minutes at the incident.

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 Firefighters were called to a report of a collision on High Street in Tarporley.

When they arrived crews found that the incident involved a car that had overturned. One man had managed to get out of the car before the crews arrived. Thankfully he was not seriously hurt although he was taken to hospital for a full check up.

Crews made the scene safe before leaving.
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A hose reel jet was used to put out a fire in an oil drum at Cheshire Spas and Pools on Liverpool Road in Neston.
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Firefighters used hand held extinguishers to put out a small fire off Factory Lane in Widnes.
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Firefighters were called to a fire involving a building which was in the process of being demolished. They used two breathing apparatus, one main jet and one covering jet to tackle the fire.
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Firefighters tackled a small wood fire at the back of a park in Warrington using water.
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A fire broke out in utility room of a detached property. Firefighters were able to bring the fire under control using four breathing apparatus, two hose reel jets and one large fan to ventilate the property. They then reduced the breathing apparatus to two before using a hose reel jet to dampen down the property. Crews then carried out a check of the property using a thermal  imaging camera to check for any remaining hot spots of fire. An ambulance was requested for one man who was suffering the effects of smoke inhalation.
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Firefighters were called to reports of an electrical car battery fire. On arrived, they found the fire was out but there had been a spillage from the battery and water tank. Crews made the spillage safe before checking the whole of the vehicle with a thermal imaging camera to check for any remaining heat spots of fire.

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Smoke coming from the garden of a domestic property alerted firefighters to the scene. When they arrived, crews found there was a small fire which they were able to put out using a hand held device.
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Firefighters were called on a car on its side with one person trapped. The crew released the person from the vehicle and handed them to the care of paramedics.
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A car which was on fire required firefighters to attend and use one hose reel.
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Firefighters were called to a domestic property as there were reports of smoke coming out from under the stairs. On arrival, crews found that the smoke was coming from the main electrical supply and so they carried out a full inspection of the property. They then gained access to the property's slate roof and carried out an inspection using a thermal imaging camera which allowed them to check for any hot spots of fire.
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Firefighters tackled a fire which had broken out inside a single storey workshop. On arrival, crews found the workshop to be well alight and used a main jet to put out the fire, whilst using one hose reel jet to protect a nearby diesel storage tank.

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A scooter which was well alight required firefighters to use one hose reel to extinguish it.
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A horse box and a commercial vehicle was on fire and needed extinguished with a hose reel.
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A large bonfire which had been set on fire needed extinguishing by firefighters.
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Firefighters used water backpacks to put out a fire in some woodland off Norton Lane in Runcorn.

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Firefighters rescued a dog from the mechanism of a chair, where the animal had become trapped. Crews used small tools to release the dog.
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Firefighters used two hose reel jets to put out a vehicle fire. The car, which was in a lay by, was found to be well alight.
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