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

White smoke from burnt food was issuing from the microwave.

The firefighters removed the microwave from the property. They ventilated the area and provided advice.

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

A small fire in a washing machine, on the second floor of a three-storey block of flats, was out when they arrived.

They used small tools to help remove the washing machine from the building and made the scene safe.

One appliance and crew from Amersham and one from Beaconsfield attended.

The fire, in a cooker, was out when they arrived. The firefighters isolated the cooker and ventilated the property. They carried out a Fire and Wellness Visit and provided advice.

Two appliances and crews from Aylesbury attended.

The fire was on the cooker in the kitchen of a flat within a three-storey block.

The firefighters removed the heat source, ventilated the property and provided advice.

Two appliances and crews from Aylesbury attended.

A small fire in an oven was out when they arrived. The firefighters used small gear.

Two appliances and crews from West Ashland attended.

A tumble dryer was on fire in the hallway of a semi-detached residential building when they arrived.

One woman and one boy were out of the property, uninjured, before they arrived.

The firefighters used:

  • Two sets of breathing apparatus
  • One hose reel
  • One thermal imaging camera
  • A positive pressure ventilation fan
  • A short extension ladder
  • A thermal imaging camera
  • Electrical gloves.

They isolated the gas and electricity supply.

One appliance and crew from Amersham and one from Gerrards Cross attended, along with an officer.

A strong smell of ammonia was detected issuing from a domestic utility room. One man and one woman were out of the building when the firefighters arrived.

They used:

  • Two sets of breathing apparatus
  • A gas monitor
  • Small tools
  • Gauntlets
  • A positive pressure ventilation fan
  • An environmental pack

The smell was believed to be coming from a refrigeration unit. The unit was removed and the property ventilated.

One appliance and crew from High Wycombe and one from Beaconsfield attended.

A small amount of smoke was issuing from a washing machine, the cause was believed to be the motor overheating.

The firefighters removed the washing machine from the flat and provided advice.

Two appliances and crews from Slough and one from Langley attended.

The fire was out when they arrived. The firefighters made the scene safe.