Three vehicles were involved in a road traffic collision this morning at the roundabout leading to junction fifteen of the M40. A request from the Ambulance Service to assist was received and fire crews found one person was medically trapped inside a car. They utilised specialist cutting equipment to release the casualty and expect to be delayed approximately one hour.
Fire crews are dealing with a shed fire in a garden at Charles Eaton Road tonight following several calls received at 20.30 hours. The heat from the fire had affected the house and crews used two breathing apparatus and a hose reel to put the fire out. The Red Cross Fire Emergency Support Service provided assistance and the fire crews expect to be delayed approximately one hour.
Fire service control received a call to a refuse lorry on fire within a compound at Avenue Farm, Stratford upon Avon at 10:05pm and mobilised two crews from Stratford. an informative was received at 10:24pm one waste container on back of lorry smouldering, efforts being made to extinguish using triplex ladder and hose reel jets, crews estimated being detained approx 45mins. An additional informative was received at 10:55pm indicating that crews were now using an open ended hose which was supplemented from a hydrant and crews estimated being detained a further 30mins. The stop messgae indicating incident was under control was received at 11:40pm
Warwickshire fire service control received a call to a road accident on the A429 Barford at 10:21pm and mobilised two crews one from Leamington & one from Wellesbourne. The original caller was unsure of the exact location of the incident. An informative was received at 10:44pm indicating the incident involved one private motor vehicle off roadway in a ditch, there was no persons trapped. Police & Ambulance were also in attendance Thermal camera and lighting in use. The stop message indicating incident was under control was received at 10:51pm
Warwickshire fire service control received a call to a Chimney fire at 8:07pm and mobilised a fire engine from Shipston on Stour. An informative was received at 8:28pm indicating that this was a difficult chimney which was well alight and efforts were being made to extinguish using chimney rods and one hose reel, crews estimated being detained approx one hour. A further informative received at 8:58pm indicated that crews were having to cut away a beam. The stop message indicating the fire was under control was received at 9:14pm
At 09:11 hours this morning, fire crews were called to a van on fire on Cubbington Road, Leamington Spa. One fire engine was mobilised from Leamington. Upon arrival, fire crews found one van well alight on the roadway. Hose reels and breathing apparatus were used to extinguish the fire and crews were delayed for approx 20 minutes.
A fire crew from Polesworth are dealing with a car which has been maliciously set on fire near a farm track on Green Lane. The crew are currently using breathing apparatus and a hose reel to put the fire out and have requested the Police attend as they believe the vehicle to be stolen. The emergency call was initially received in the Control Room at 22.38 hours and the crews are still dealing with the incident.
Three fire crews are currently dealing with a house fire in Sambourne Lane following an emergency call received from the occupier at 19.10 hours. Crews are currently using two hose reel jets and breathing apparatus to extinguish the fire which is believed to have started in the roof space of the house. They anticipate remaining at the scene damping down for some time. Police were requested to attend for traffic management.
Warwickshire fire service control received a call at 11:18am to hay on fire at Elm Farm, Hunningham and mobilised one crew from leamington, a message was received at 11:35 indicating the incident involved 3 tonnes of hay on fire and requested a second fire engine to attend to assist, the scond crew from Leamington was mobilised. An informative was received at 11:40am indicating 3 tonnes of hay on fire in the open efforts being made to extinguish using drag forks and hose reels crews estimated being detained for one hour. The stop message indicating the fire was under control was received at 1:07pm
Fire crews from Nuneaton and Bedworth dealt with a house fire in the early hours of the morning in Middlemarch Road following several calls received at 01.38 hours. A fire involving a car and caravan on the driveway set the house on fire. Two occupants, a mother and child were rescued from a first floor window by fire crews and taken to Hospital via County Ambulance suffering from smoke inhalation.