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One appliance and crew from Buckingham attended.

The firefighters used an environmental pack to mop up diesel which had leaked from a vehicle.

The vehicle was no longer on the scene.

One appliance and crew from High Wycombe attended.

The firefighters used an environmental pack to stem leaking fuel from an unattended car.

The car was left in the hands of the owner.

One appliance and crew from Broughton attended.

The firefighters used an environmental pack and sand to stem diesel leaking from an LGV.

One appliance and crew from Beaconsfield attended.

The firefighters used an environmental pack to mop up oil in the road and car park. The oil had spilled from a car which was believed to have been involved in a collsion with a tree.

The incident was left in the hands of Thames Valley Police.

One appliance and crew from Newport Pagnell attended an incident involving approximately 15 liters of cooking oil spilling into a car park which subsequently transferred into neighboring roads via vehicle tyres. Firefighters used environmental grab bag and 30kg sand to absorb oil. Road cleaning unit was requested. Incident handed over to the council.

One appliance and crew from Broughton attended.

The fuel tank of a lorry had ruptured, with fuel leaking back to Heath and Reach. The Northbound carriageway was closed by Thames Valley Police, and the firefighters used environmental protection equipment to mop up the spilled fuel.

The incident was left in the hands of Thames Valley Police.

One appliance and crew from High Wycombe attended.

Approximately five litres of petrol had spilt from a car onto the road.

The firefighters used an environmental pack and sand to absorb the fuel.

One appliance and crew from West Ashland attended.

The firefighters used an environmental pack to mop up engine oil which had been spilt on the road.

The incident was referred to the local Highways team due to the quantity of oil on the road.

One appliance and crew from Aylesbury attended.

The firefighters used plastic containers and an environmental pack to contain, and mop up, the spilt fuel.

The fuel split as a result of a split fuel pipe.