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Two appliances and crews from High Wycombe and one from Beaconsfield attended, along with two officers.

One woman had been removed from the building by South Central Ambulance Service and was being treated for the effects of carbon monoxide poisoning.

The firefighters used two sets of breathing apparatus and a gas monitor. They isolated the gas supply, ventilated the property, and installed smoke alarms.

Appliances and crews attended from:

  • Slough
  • Langley
  • Windsor, Tinkers Lane
  • Maidenhead
  • Surrey

The Water Rescue Unit from Beaconsfield, as well as four officers, also attended. They joined South Central Ambulance Service and Thames Valley Police at the scene.

A 16-year-old boy had entered Jubilee River and got into difficulty. The firefighters conducted an extensive search of the water and river banks. The National Police Air Service (NPAS) was also in attendance.

The body of a boy was subsequently located in the water, and a recovery operation was launched by Thames Valley Police, with help from a specialist recovery unit.

One appliance and crew from High Wycombe attended, along with two officers.

The firefighters used a Chrysalis Stretcher and longboard to provide assistance to South Central Ambulance Service.  A man had been injured following a fall from height within a house.

The man was located on the first floor of the house.

One appliance and crew from Gerrards Cross and the rescue boat and crew from Beaconsfield attended, along with an officer.

A cygnet had become trapped in wire mesh approximately 10 metres from the bank.

The firefighters used swift water rescue trained staff and a rescue sled to release the cygnet, which swam off to meet other swans. The incident was left in the hands of an RSPCA inspector.

Two appliances and crews from West Ashland attended.

The firefighters used the turntable ladder from West Ashland to provide assistance to the RSPCA.

They rescued a kitten which had become trapped up a tree, about 10 metres from the ground.

One appliance and crew from High Wycombe attended, along with one officer.

Firefighters used small gear to help rescue a man, injured, from a ditch. The man was handed into the care of South Central Ambulance Service.

One appliance and crew from West Ashland attended.

Firefighters provided assistance to an RSPCA officer, after a pigeon became trapped in fishing wire. The firefighters located and released the injured bird which was trapped up a tree, 20ft from the floor. They passed it into the acre of the RSPCA officer.

Two appliances and crews from High Wycombe attended, along with an officer.

The firefighters used:

  • Hydraulic rescue equipment
  • Small gear
  • An immediate emergency care pack

The firefighters released one woman, injured, from her car which had been involved in a collision. They passed her into the care of South Central Ambulance Service.

Thames Valley Police were also in attendance.

One appliance and crew from Amersham attended, along with an officer.

The firefighters provided assistance to the ambulance service.

They used a Chrysalis stretcher to rescue a man who had become injured in a difficult to access, densely wooded, area.