Two fire engines from Rugby attended an incident at 17:12 hours this afternoon at Butlers Leap in Rugby. The incident involved an industrial unit that was being used as a waste recycling facility. Firefighters wearing breathing apparatus used water from a hose reel to extinguish the fire. The crews were committed at the incident for over 90 minutes.
A call was received at 07:15 hours from an occupier reporting an electrical fire in the kitchen of their property. Two fire engines were mobilised from Nuneaton Fire Station. Upon arrival, fire crews found an electrical fire in a fuse box in the kitchen. They requested the attendance of the Electricity Board and extinguished the fire using extinguishers, small gear and breathing apparatus. Crews expect to be detained approximately 20 minutes.
Warwickshire Fire & Rescue service received 2 emergency calls to a report of a fire involving an outbuilding on fire at a farm. The incident was located on farm land off the A439 near Stratford upon Avon. One engine from Stratford and one from Alcester have attended the incident. The crew confirmed an outbuilding 5 metres by 15 metres in size was on fire. Crews have extinguished the fire and are now available for deployment at their respective stations.
Warwickshire Fire & Rescue Service attended Wellesbourne Market today.
At 0023hrs 8th March 2014 a call was received to a car fire on the Baginton to Leamington Road, Stareton . One crew from Leamington attended. At 0037hrs8th March 2014 it was confirmed that crews had extinguished this car fire.
A call was received at 2352hrs 7th March 2014 to two persons in the river at Seven Meadows Road, Stratford. Two crews from Stratford and Specialised Water Rescue Team from Rugby were mobilised. At 0018hrs 8th March 2014 it was confirmed that Stratford Fire Crews had rescued two persons from the river and were assisting ambulance with carrying casualties to awaiting ambulances.
Fire crews from Rugby and Lutterworth are dealing with a car fire on the southbound carriageway of the M6 near junction one. The car caught fire following a road traffic collision involving three other cars. No persons were trapped in the vehicles. The crews used a hose reel and breathing apparatus set to extinguish the fire. The motorway junction is currently closed whilst emergency services deal with the incident.
A Call was received at 12:19hrs 6th March 2014 and Fire Crews from Rugby, Southam and Leamington attended a fire at a premises on Newbold Road, Rugby. The Environmental Protection Unit from Alcester fire station also attended. This was a fire in a workshop area . When crews arrived at this incident the building was well alight. Crews had extinguished the fire at 14:41 hrs 6th March 2014
Warwickshire Fire Service Control received a call to a chimney fire High Street, Henley in Arden at 10:00am and mobilised two crews one from Henley in Arden and one from Stratford. An informative received at 10:29am indicated fire involved a chimney and efforts were being made to extinguish the fire using chimney roads and small gear, crews estimated being detained approx 30mins. The stop message indicating incident was under control was received at 10:55am
Fire crews from Stratford-upon-Avon and Shipston-on-Stour attended a road traffic collision involving one car on roadway at 1343 hours today. One person was trapped inside a vehicle on the Banbury Road and crews used specialist cutting equipment to release the casualty.