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A fire in the kitchen of a mid terraced property required firefighters to attend and use a hose reel to extinguish it. A large fan was also used to remove smoke from the property. Paramedics also attended and one person suffered from smoke inhalation.
Firefighters used dry powder to tackle an electrical fire at a commercial premises in Alsager.
Firefighters from Widnes used a hose reel jet to tackle a small garden fire in Deepdale, Widnes.
A fire involving the living room of a bungalow was extinguished by firefighters using a hose reel. A large fan was also used the remove smoke from the property and a thermal imaging camera to check the area. Two casualties suffered smoke inhalation and were handed to the care of paramedics. This fire was accidental and is believed to have been caused by electrical heating.
A fire involving a chip pan which was out on arrival required firefighters to use a large fan to remove smoke from a ground floor flat.
Chip pan safety advice
Light smoke in a bedroom on the first floor of a property required firefighters to attend. All occupants were accounted for and a thermal imaging camera was used to check the property. It is believed an overheated lamp in a reptile tank caused the smoke and the crew damped down the area with water before leaving.
Firefighters from Ellesmere Port used a hose reel jet to extinguish a vehicle in Hooten Green.
Firefighters from Runcorn used a hose reel jet to tackle a vehicle fire on Camelot Way, Runcorn. The fire is believed to have been started deliberately and anyone with any information is asked to contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Firefighters from Crewe attended a chimney fire in Wistaston. On arrival at the scene the crew initial used water to extinguish the fire before using a thermal imaging camera and chimney hose to inspect and clear the chimney.
For information about chimney fire safety visit: Chimney fire safety advice
Firefighters used a hose reel jet to extinguish an industrial bin fire in Handforth. The cause of the fire is believed to be accidental.
Firefighters attended a three vehicle collision at the junction of Park Street and Moor Street in Congleton. On arrival at the scene crews found that the collision involved two cars and a large goods vehicle.
One person was trapped in their vehicle as a result of the collision. Firefighters used electronic cutting equipment to extract the person from the vehicle, they were then passed to North West Ambulance service.
At 6.35pm on Monday, 11 December fire crews attended to reports of a small chimney fire on Birtles Road in Macclesfield. Firefighters extinguished the fire and there were no injuries.
Firefighters attended a chimney fire at an address in Winnington Lane. Crews used a hose reel to tackle the blaze.
On Friday, 8 December at 5.50pm fire engines from Northwich, Lymm, Winsford and Middlewich fire station attended a fire on Wincham Lane in Northwich. The fire involved an electrical powered fork lift truck in a warehouse and crews used two breathing apparatus, one hose reel, one covering jet and one positive pressure ventilation fan to extinguish the fire. One casualty was suffering from smoke inhalation. The fire service were at the scene for one hour and fifty minutes.
Firefighters used one hose reel to extinguish a wheelie bin fire on Blackbrook Avenue in Warrington.
Firefighters attended a fire at a business premises in Hough Green Road in Widnes. Crews used two breathing apparatus, one hose reel and a large fan to extinguish the fire.
Firefighters used a water backpack to extinguish a small fire in a small car park at the rear of a property in Macclesfield.
Shortly before 8.00am firefighters from Warrington and Lymm attended a flat fire in Latchford.
On arrival they found that the first floor flat was well alight and used one hose reel jet, two breathing apparatus to bring the fire under control.
Crews were at the scene for nearly three hours and one person was treated for smoke inhalation. The fire is believed to have been caused by an electrical heater.
Heater safety advice
Firefighters from Holmes Chapel and Winsford attended a reported vehicle fire at Knutsford Service station. Firefighters arrived and found that the brakes had overheated, so the crew used a hose reel jet to cool the vehicle.
Firefighters attended a fire involving a large pile of rubbish in Peel Park near Osprey Close, Warrington. They used a hose reel to extinguish the flames.
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