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Two appliances and crews from West Ashland attended.

A small fire, in the oven of a two-storey house, was out when they arrived.

The firefighters used a thermal imaging camera and provided advice.

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

There was a small fire on the rolling shutter motor of a single-story industrial unit, which was out on arrival.

The firefighters used a thermal imaging camera and a short extension ladder to check for any hotspots.

Two appliances and crews from West Ashland attended.

A fire was out on arrival in the kitchen of a two-storey block of flats.

The firefighters used small gear and a thermal imaging camera to check for any hotspots.

One appliance and crew from West Ashland and one from Broughton attended.

Light smoke logging was present to the first floor of a two-storey block of flats when they arrived.

The cause was identified as unattended cooking. The firefighters used positive pressure ventilation to clear the smoke and provided advice.

Ten appliances and crews, along with four officers were in attendance at the height of the fire.

The response included six pumping appliances, a turntable ladder, one welfare unit, one command support unit, and a water carrier.

The resources and crews attending were from:

  • Aylesbury
  • Princes Risborough
  • Buckingham
  • West Ashland
  • Winslow
  • Gerrards Cross
  • Thame
  • Slade Park, Oxford
  • Eynsham
  • Wheatley
  • Broughton

An area of thatched roof, close to the chimney breast of a detached, two-storey house, was well alight on arrival.

The firefighters used:

  • Two sets of breathing apparatus
  • Three hose reel jets
  • One main jet
  • Turntable ladder
  • Four 13.5 metre ladders
  • Thermal imaging camera
  • Fog spikes
  • Working at height equipment

Approximately 65 per cent of the roof was involved in the fire.

UK Power Network  attended to isolate external power to the property.

Due to cold weather conditions Transport for Bucks attended to grit the roads to ensure road safety.

Firefighters remained at the scene overnight, and into the following day. They monitored for hotspots and assisted with salvage operation.

Eight appliances and crews, and three officers, were in attendance at the height of the fire.

The appliances and crews attending were from:

  • Aylesbury
  • Marlow
  • Gerrards Cross
  • Maidenhead
  • Windsor, Tinkers Lane
  • Slough
  • Hayes
  • Northamptonshire

Smoke was issuing from the first floor of a two-storey house when they arrived.

The firefighters used:

  • Six sets of breathing apparatus
  • One hose reel jet
  • Two main jets
  • A positive pressure ventilation fan

The house was around 50 per cent damaged by fire, and around 80 per cent damaged by smoke. Adjoining properties were also affected by smoke.

The incident response started to be scaled back just after 4.30pm, although firefighters are likely to remain on scene into the evening.

Two appliances and crews from West Ashland, one from Broughton, one from Newport Pagnell, along with two officers attended.

They located the fire in the first-floor bathroom of a three-storey building.

The firefighters used:

-Four sets of breathing apparatus

-Two hose reels

-A positive pressure ventilation fan

Thames Valley Police also attended.

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

The firefighters used chimney gear and a thermal imaging camera. The flue was rodded and power isolated to an extraction fan on the chimney pot.

Seven appliances and crews and two officers attended.

The appliance and crews attending were from:

  • West Ashland
  • Aylesbury
  • Newport Pagnell
  • Buckingham
  • Bedfordshire

A pan fire, in a flat on the ninth-floor of a multi-storey block of flats, was out when they arrived. The fire had caused light smoke logging which was naturally ventilated by the firefighters.