Eight appliances and crews, and four officers were in attendance at the height of the fire.
The appliances and crews attending were from:
- Newport Pagnell
- West Ashland
A fire had broken out in a single-storey barn used as a workshop and had spread to affect two further units. The fire was generating a large amount of smoke and multiple calls to Thames Valley Fire Control Service.
The firefighters used:
- Three main jets
- Two hose reel jets
- One water carrier
- A mechanical digger
- Two hay drags
The electricity supply to the barn was partially isolated as the fire had spread to involve a consumer unit. UK Power network attended to help isolate the remaining electricity supply.
The firefighters provided advice to the occupants of a number of local properties who lost power during the incident.
The road was closed while they worked at the scene overnight. It reopened shortly before 8am the following morning. Firefighters remained on the scene until midday, with reinspection’s undertaken during the afternoon.
Thames Valley Police and the UK Power Networks also attended.