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One appliance and crew from Broughton attended.

There was a slight smell of gas on arrival.

The firefighters isolated the cooker and used a gas monitor to check the property.

They also carried out a Home Fire Safety Visit, installed two carbon monoxide alarms and provided advice to the occupants.

Two appliances and crews from High Wycombe attended.

Firefighters were called to a report of a smell of fuel inside a shop.

The shop was evacuated. The firefighters used:

  • Two sets of breathing apparatus
  • One gas monitor
  • A thermal imaging camera
  • A positive pressure ventilation fan

The cause of the smell was believed to be gas leaking from refrigeration units in a storage area.

The firefighters isolated the units and ventilated the area. They provided advice to one man and one woman, uninjured.

One appliance and crew from West Ashland attended.

There was a leaking cylinder in an external store, a full evacuation was in place.

The firefighters isolated the cylinder and ventilated the building.

They used a gas monitor and made the scene safe.

Two appliances and crews from Aylesbury and two officers attended.

One man and one woman were out of the house when they arrived. A second woman was in the care of South Central Ambulance Service. A dog, believed to be suffering the effects of carbon monoxide poisoning, was released from the building and the firefighters used two sets of breathing apparatus and a gas monitor.

They isolated the gas supply, ventilated the house, and provided advice.

The gas provider also attended.

One appliance and crew from Newport Pagnell attended.

One man and one woman, within a van, were suffering minor effects of exposure to propane gas.

The firefighters provided oxygen therapy to the woman. They also identified cylinders within the van were leaking. They isolated the cylinders and provided advice.

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

The firefighters used a gas monitor which measured a gas leak in one of the flats.

The gas supply was isolated. Surrounding flats were evacuated while they were checked by the crews with the gas monitor.

The incident was left in the hands of the gas engineer.

Two appliances and crews from Aylesbury, along with two officers attended.

There was a carbon monoxide leak in a detached two-storey property, measuring approximately twenty by ten metres.

The firefighters used:

  • Two sets of breathing apparatus
  • One entry control board
  • One hose reel jet
  • One gas monitor

They naturally ventilated the property.

The firefighters provided incident emergency care to a woman who had symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning, before passing her into the care of the South Central Ambulance Service to get assessed.

A man and girl who had evacuated from the property were also being assessed by the South Central Ambulance Service.

One appliance and crew from West Ashland and one from Broughton attended an incident at a two storey end of Terrance house where gas had been left on for a prolonged period of time. Firefighters vented the property and used

  • Two breathing apparatus
  • PPV fan
  • Gas monitor

For precaution purposes crews ran out one hose reel and one main jet.


One appliance and crew from Aylesbury attended.

Batteries on an electric wheelchair were found to be producing gas.

Firefighters ventilated the building. They requested South Central Ambulance Service attend to assess one man for exposure to the battery gas.