Warwickshire Fire Control received a 999 call to a kitchen fire in Kingswood Road, Stockingford, Nuneaton at 19:56pm, two appliances from Nuneaton attended. The incident involved a two storey building approximately 10 metres by 20 metres used as flats with a small fire in a first floor flat kitchen, which was out upon arrival of the crews. Crews used breathing apparatus and a positive pressure ventilation fan to ventilate the property. The Fire Emergency Support Service also attended. Crews were in attendance for 45 minutes.
Two fire crews from Wellesbourne and Fenny Compton attended a kitchen fire in Mill Lane, Kineton at 22.24 hours on 15.06.13.Upon arrival, the crews confirmed that the fire had been extinguished by the occupant but the kitchen was heavily smoke logged.Crews used an extraction fan to assist with ventilation of the property and were in attendance for approximately thirty minutes.
At 20:30pm a number of 999 calls were received by Fire Control reporting a building fire at The Black Horse PH, Princes Street, Leamington Spa. Two appliances from Leamington attended. The incident involved a two storey derelict public house approximately 10 metres by 30 metres, the fire was located in a first floor bedroom, crews extinguished the fire using breathing apparatus, two covering jets, two hose reels and a triple extension ladder. The Police also attended and crews were on scene for one hour.
At 05:23 hours this morning Warwickshire Fire & Rescue service received a number of emergency calls to a report of a lorry on fire on the M6 motorway between junctions three and two on the southbound carriageway. Two appliances from Nuneaton and a water carrier from Coleshill were mobilised. An assistance message was received at 05:36 for an additional two appliances which were mobilised from Bedworth and Foleshill. Informative message received at 05:42 hours stated incident involved one HGV on hard shoulder well alight, 2 fire-fighters wearing BA used 1 hose reel in an attempt to extinguish the fire, scene safety had been implemented by WFRS with a lane 1 and 2 closure. A further message was received at 06:05 hours confirming the lorry and trailer were 100% involved in fire, 50% had been extinguished and 6 BA 2 hose reels and turning over equipment was in use. Crews also confirmed the lorry was transporting a non hazardous load. Crews are still in attendance and expect to be detained a further hour.
At 23:03 hours on 8th June Warwickshire Fire & Rescue Service received an emergency call to a report of a road traffic collision on College Street in Nuneaton. Two appliances from Nuneaton and a fire cover officer were mobilised. Informative message received at 23:14 hours stated one private motor car on roadway with two casualties that were medically trapped. Police are in attendance. Crews used first aid equipment and hose reel. The first casualty was released by fire service personnel at 23:30 hours and the second at 23:48 hours. Crews were on scene for 50 minutes.
At 22:12 hours on 7th June, Warwickshire Fire & Rescue Service mobilised two appliances and a cover officer to a report of a RTC on the B5000 near Polesworth. One appliance from Polesworth and one from Atherstone proceeded. Informative message received at 22:33 hours stated the incident involved one private motor vehicle off the roadway and in a ditch. One male casualty was trapped within the vehicle. Crews used hydraulic cutting equipment to extricate the casualty. Small gear, hose reel jet, lighting and the trauma pack were also used by crews. The stop message was received at 22:52 hours and confirmed the casualty had been extricated from the vehicle and was in the care of the ambulance service.
Fire service control received a call at 00:35am stating there was a barn fire Main Road,Newton regis which involved a piece of agricultural machinery, two crews was mobilised one from Atherstone and one from Polesworth. An informative received at 01:15am indicated the fire involved a tractor within a barn which was well alight, the barn measured 40m x 40m and was used for storing cattle and hay, fire was being extinguished using hose reel, drag forks, water relay and foam, crews estimated being detained for 30mins. The stop message was received at 01:40am
Warwickshire Fire Control received an emergency call to a road traffic collision person trapped outside Wolverton Primary School, Wolverton Fields, Norton Lindsey. The call was received at 14:44pm and one appliance from Henley in Arden and one from Leamington attended. The incident involved one private motor vehicle in collision with a telegraph pole, off the roadway, crews extricated the casualty using hydraulic cutting equipment. Crews were on scene for 45 minutes, the Police, Ambulance and Air Ambulance also attended. BT were also requested to deal with the damage to the telegraph pole.
At 11:19am Fire Control received several 999 calls to a garage on fire in Davies Road, Exhall, Bedworth. An appliance from Bedworth and two from Nuneaton attended. The incident involved one garage approximately 8 metres by 3 metres used for private storage, 100% of the building was involved in the fire and there was an LPG cylinder involved which was being cooled and vented. Crews extinguished the fire using a hose reel, covering jet, thermal image camera and fire fighters wore breathing apparatus. Crews were on scene for one and a half hours.
At 10:12am Fire Control received a 999 call to a building fire at Ash Green School, Ash Green Lane, Bedworth, an appliance from Bedworth and one from Nuneaton attended. A message was received at 10:31am stating this was a ground floor building approximately 25 metres by 15 metres used as classrooms, a small fire was located in one classroom and was extinguished by fire fighters in breathing apparatus using a hose reel jet and a covering jet. The school was evacuated before the arrival of the Fire Service. Crews were in attendance for one hour.