One appliance and crew from High Wycombe, one from Beaconsfield, two from Bicester, along with two officers attended.
This was an incident involving a white powdered substance.
A women was passed into the care of the South Central Ambulance Service.
The firefighters used two sets of breathing apparatus and gauntlets when entering the property.
A Detection Inspection Monitoring unit (DIM) and a DIM officer also attended the scene to test the substance.
There was a cordon put in place.
The incident was left in the hands of Thames Valley Police.
Two appliances and crews from West Ashland and one from Broughton attended, along with two officers.
There was a strong smell of chemicals present when they arrived.
The building was evacuated.
The firefighters used six sets of breathing apparatus and two gas monitors.
The firefighters ventilated the building.
A small amount of a chemicals, used as cleaning agents at the site, had mixed causing a gas to be released.
They ventilated the area and diluted the mixed chemicals with water.
Two appliances and crews from West Ashland and one from Bedford attended, along with two officers.
There was a strong smell of chemicals in a single-storey building when they arrived.
The building was evacuated.
The firefighters used:
- Two sets of breathing apparatus
- A thermal imaging camera
- One gas monitor
- A positive pressure ventilation fan
The firefighters put a scene cordon in place while they worked at the scene.
A small amount of a chemical, used as a cleaning agent at the site, had been spilled in a plant room.
They ventilated the area and provided advice to the site owner.
An appliance and crew from Newport Pagnell and Winslow, along with two appliances and crew from Oxfordshire, attended an incident involving white substance through a letter box of a first floor flat. Thames Valley Police were also in attendance.
One female was withdrawn from the property uninjured prior to the arrival of the fire crews. Firefighters used two breathing apparatus and gas monitor. After inspection, the white powder was believed to be from a fire extinguisher and the homeowner was allowed to renter the property. Crews fitted the property with an arson letterbox and smoke alarm.
An appliance and crew from Broughton and West Ashland, along with two appliances and crew from Oxfordshire, attended an incident involving white substance through a letter box of a first floor flat.
Firefighters used two breathing apparatus and gas monitor. After inspection, the white powder was believed to be from a fire extinguisher. Crews offered advice to the properties effected and fitted an arson letterbox and smoke alarms to the property. Incident handed over to Thames Valley Police.
An unknow dry white powder was found in the area of Newport Pagnell. At the peek of the incident 15 appliances and crew were in attendance from Newport Pagnell, Broughton, West Ashland supported by appliances from Northamptonshire, Royal Berkshire, Oxfordshire and Hertforshire. Also in attendance
- DIM (Detection Information and Monitoring) officer
- Hazmat officer
- Thames Valley Police
- South Central Ambulance Service
- HART (Hazardous Area Response Team)
A cordon was put in place and firefighters used two breathing apparatus to issue derobe packs to effected employees at local business.
The DIM team completed a wet test and, along with Police intel, identified the substance as dry powder from a number of fire extinguishers that had been stolen from a local petrol stations. Incident was handed over to Thames Valley Police for investigational purposes.
One appliance and crew from West Ashland attended.
The fire was out when they arrived. The fascia of a conservatory had suffered heat damage.
One appliance and crew from Buckingham and one from West Ashland attended, along with two officers.
Three plastic five litre canisters, emitting vapour, were found in the road. The road was closed while the firefighters worked to identify the substance they contained.
The substance was confirmed as 14 per cent hydrochloric acid. The road required professional cleaning and remained closed until this had taken place.
Thames Valley Police were also in attendance.
One appliance and crew from Beaconsfield, one from High Wycombe, one from Windsor Tinkers Lane, one from Gerrards Cross, and a support unit from Marlow attended, along with three officers.
Two chemicals had been mixed, causing a chemical reaction.
The site was evacuated. Thames Valley Police helped keep cordons in place.
The firefighters used two sets of breathing apparatus and gauntlets. They removed a 25-litre chemical container, and used positive pressure ventilation to help clear fumes.
Four people were assessed by South Central Ambulance Service.
A plant room has been closed off, and the incident left with the site owners to arrange for the mixed chemicals to be removed.