Seven appliances and crews, and three officers were on the scene, at the height of the fire.
Appliances and crews attending were from:
- Wheatley (Water Tanker)
- West Ashland (Turntable Ladder)
- High Wycombe (on standby at Aylesbury)
A two-storey house was well alight when they arrived.
The firefighters used:
- Three sets of breathing apparatus
- Four main jets
- Two hose reels
- Two water dams
- A positive pressure ventilation fan
- A turntable ladder
- A water tanker
The firefighters established a water shuttle. One man was treated for minor injuries before being passed into the care of South Central Ambulance Service.
The electricity supply to the house, and a second building nearby, was isolated by UK Power networks.
The house was 100 per cent damaged by fire. A single-story annex was around 20 per cent damaged by fire and 100 per cent damaged by smoke.
The incident response began to be scaled back shortly before 7.30am (Friday 2 February), although a fire service presence is likely to remain on site throughout the day.