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One appliance and crew from Thame attended.

A fire had broken out in a large pile of manure.

The firefighters used one hose reel jet.

One appliance and crew from Newport Pagnell and one from West Ashland attended.

The fire was in the hydraulic unit of the tractor’s telescopic handler.

The firefighters used:

  • One hose reel jet
  • A thermal imaging camera
  • Small gear

One appliance and crew from Buckingham and one from West Ashlands attended.

The fire had spread from an agricultural loader to an empty barn, causing damage to the facias and guttering.

The firefighters established a water shuttle and used:

  • Two sets of breathing apparatus
  • Two hose reels
  • One fog spike
  • A dry powder extinguisher
  • Two thermal imaging cameras

One appliance and crew from Pangbourne, one from Northamptonshire and one from Buckingham attended, along with an officer.

The fire was affecting four bales of bagged silage (each bag weighed around one tonne) in a stack of 120 bales. The stack was adjacent to a stack of 150 one tonne bales of straw.

The firefighters used:

  • One main jet
  • One hose reel
  • A short extension ladder
  • Hay drags
  • A thermal imaging camera

The firefighters established a water shuttle and mechanical assistance was provided by the farmer.

Once access had been gained to the centre of the stack of silage bales, they found a deep-seated fire.

Around 70 effected bales were removed to open air for controlled burning.

 

One appliance and crew from Thame and one from Aylesbury attended.

The firefighters used two sets of breathing apparatus and one hose reel jet.

One appliance and crew from Chesham and one from Amersham attended.

A tractor and its tailor were on fire in a stubble field. The fire spread to involve a tree and around 10 metres of hedgerow.

The firefighters established a water shuttle, and used:

  • Two sets of breathing apparatus
  • Two hose reel jets
  • Two dry powder extinguishers

 

One appliance and crew from Langley and one from Slough attended, along with one officer.

The fire was affecting about 10 tonnes of baled and stacked hay.

The firefighters used two hose reels to soak the area surrounding the fire and left the incident in the hands of the landowner.

One appliance and crew from Broughton and one from Newport Pagnell attended, along with an officer. Relief crews attended from West Ashland and a second crew from Newport Pagnell.

The fire was affecting approximately 500 tonnes of stacked hay.

The firefighters used three positive pressure ventilation fans, hay drags and beaters. They set up one main jet and a water shuttle to protect the area surrounding the stack.

Later farm equipment, including a tractor, was used as well as small tools and a main jet to turn over and damp down.

One appliance and crew remained on the scene over night and during the following day.

One appliance and crew from Aylesbury and one from Hertfordshire attended.

The firefighters used one main jet, positive pressure ventilation, small gear and hay drags. They established a water shuttle and set up lighting.