One appliance and crew from Amersham attended.
There was a smell of smoke issuing from the front door when they arrived.
The firefighters used an enforcer to gain entry to the house. They used two sets of breathing apparatus and found that the smoke had been generated by logs stacked next to a log burner.
The firefighters removed the logs and used a positive pressure ventilation fan to clear the smoke.
One appliance and crew from Bicester, one from Rewley Road Oxford and one from Aylesbury attended, along with two officers.
Radiated heat from a wood burning stove, had affected a wooden beam within the fireplace.
The firefighters extinguished the fire and used a thermal imaging camera to check for hot spots and potential fire spread.
One appliance and crew from West Ashland attend a fire at a domestic property. The fire was caused by embers in a log burner which was situated in a wooden conservatory at the rear of the building. Firefighters used two breathing apparatus, one hose reel jet and a thermal imagery camera.
One appliance and crew from Aylesbury and one from Thame attended.
The fire was out when they arrived.
The firefighters used a positive pressure ventilation fan to help clear smoke and provided advice.
One appliance and crew from Newport Pagnell and one from Broughton attended.
Logs stored next to a woodburner in a ground floor living room had caught light, causing smoke logging to the house.
The firefighters used:
- Two sets of breathing apparatus
- One hose reel jet
- A thermal imaging camera
- Small gear