Two appliances and crew from Aylesbury attended a fire in a first floor bedroom caused by a candle. Fire was out on arrival. Firefighters used Immediate emergency care pack and positive-pressure ventilation fan.
Two appliances and crew, one from Newport Pagnel and one from Broughton, attended a kitchen hob fire. Firefighters used two breathing apparatus, one hose reel jet and PPV fan to clear smoke logging and make the area safe. A home fire safety check was done.
One male received oxygen therapy administered by the Fire Service and was later cared for by South Central Ambulance Service.
Two appliances and crew, one from Amersham and one from Beaconsfield, attended a fire in a three story detached house. Also in attendance two appliances and crew from Royal Berkshire Fire & Rescue Service. Fire was located in the ground floor electric cupboard. To extinguish the fire and make the area safe Firefighters used
- Two breathing apparatus
- Four co2 extinguisher
- Thermal imagery camera
Thames Valley Police were in attendance.
One appliance and crew from Aylesbury attended.
The firefighters located a fire within a chimney.
They isolated the gas supply and removed the front of the fireplace.
- Chimney gear
- A thermal imaging camera
- Small tools
Two appliances and crews from West Ashland and one from Broughton attended.
An alarm was sounding in the ground floor of a three-storey building when they arrived.
A small fire in a microwave oven on the first floor, was out when they arrived.
The firefighters removed the microwave from the building and used a positive pressure ventilation fan to clear smoke. They also provided advice.
One appliance and crew from Beaconsfield and one from High Wycombe attended a two-storey house fire in Bourne end. Four officers along with two appliances from Royal Berkshire Fire & Rescue Service, Thames Valley Police and South Central Ambulance Service in attendance. Firefighters used
- One main jet
- One hose real jet
- Four breathing apparatus
Ground floor of the property was 100% damaged by smoke and fire. Officers and crew reinspected the scene at 21:50 on 27.11.23 to check for hotspots. Fire investigation officers will remain on scene today (28.11.23) while the cause of the fire is investigated.
One appliance and crew from Newport Pagnell and two from West Ashland attended.
Smoke was issuing on arrival.
A small fire, that was out on arrival, was located in a pan on the second floor.
The firefighters used a positive pressure ventilation fan, carried out a Home Fire Safety Visit and fitted a smoke alarm in the property.
Two appliances and crews from Aylesbury attended.
A fire in a second-floor bedroom was out when they arrived.
The firefighters removed a mattress that had been involved in the fire and dampened it down. They also provided advice.
The fire is believed to have been caused by an occupant smoking in bed.
Despite the overall number of people smoking cigarettes or tobacco falling, fires caused by smoking materials result in more deaths than any other type of fire.
One appliance and crew from Beaconsfield attended.
The firefighters used buckets of water.