Recent Incidents


 
Found 23 incidents matching the search criteria:
Road Traffic Collision, Ulverston
(South Lakeland)
12 Jun 2021

At 15:14 on the 12th June 2021, two fire engines attended a road traffic collision with persons trapped at Newby Bridge, Ulverston. This was a road traffic collision involving one vehicle, there were two casualties who were extricated from the vehicle by fire service crews and passed to the care of ambulance. Fire crews stabilised the vehicle and made the scene safe. Fire crews were in attendance for two hours.

Road Traffic Collision, Broughton-in-Furness
(South Lakeland)
10 Jun 2021

On Thursday 10th June 2021 at 0731 hours one fire engine from Broughton was mobilised to Church Street, Broughton-in-Furness to a road traffic collision. The crew used an environmental pack to assist with fuel spillage and one casualty was left in the hands of north west ambulance service. Crews were detained for over thirty minutes

Building Fire, Kirklinton
(Copeland)
10 Jun 2021

At 19:30 hours on Thursday the 10th of June 2021, three fire engines fire stations attended a fire involving a barn on Far Brownrigg Lane. While on scene crews utilised one hose reel and two breathing apparatus. Crews were on scene for approximately one hour.

Building Fire, Borrowdale
(Copeland)
10 Jun 2021

At 19:53 hours on 10 June 2021 two fire engines attended a building fire on the access road to Stonethwaite in Borrowdale. The fire involved the roof of the building and crews used two breathing apparatus, two hose reel jets, a thermal imaging camera and a twelve metre ladder to extinguish the fire. The fire service remained in attendance for approximately two hours.

Building Fire, Whitehaven
(Copeland)
10 Jun 2021

At 20:19 hours on 10 June 2021 two fire engines attended a fire in a property on Ennerdale Road Cleator Moor. Crews used two breathing apparatus one hose reel and one thermal imaging camera to extinguish the fire and remained in attendance for approximately thirty minutes.

Hay Fire, Carlisle
(Carlisle)
9 Jun 2021

At 16:35 hours on Wednesday the 9th of June, a fire engine as well as a water bowser attended a fire involving fifty tonnes of hay on Warwick Road in Carlisle. While on scene crews utilised two large jets to extinguish the fire. Crews remained on scene for approximately three hours.

Building Fire, Little Musgrave
(Eden)
8 Jun 2021

At 10:25 hours on Tuesday the 8th of June, five fire engines along with a command support unit and a water bowser attended a fire involving a barn in Little Musgrave. While on scene crews utilised three hose reels and three main jets. Crews were in attendance approximately eleven hours.

Vehicle Fire, Seascale
(Copeland)
8 Jun 2021

At 15:43 on Tuesday the 8th of June 2021, two fire engines attended a fire involving two vehicles on the B5344 at Gosforth in Seascale. Fire crews used three breathing apparatus and three hose reels to extinguish the fire. Two casualties were conveyed to hospital by north west ambulance service and crews were in attendance for one hour and forty minutes.

Building Fire, Cleator Moor
(Copeland)
8 Jun 2021

At 19:07 on 8th June 2021, two fire engines attended a fire at Keekle Terrace, Cleator Moor. The fire involved two sheds, and firefighters used one hose reel jet to extinguish. Crews were in attendance for thirty minutes.

Road Traffic Collision, Lyth
(South Lakeland)
7 Jun 2021

At 09:33 hours on the 7th June 2021, three fire engines attended a road traffic collision in Lyth, Kendal. The incident involved a large goods vehicle, and one casualty was extricated from the vehicle using small tools and a longboard. The casualty was placed in the care of north west ambulance service. Crews were in attendance for fifty minutes.

Building Fire, Workington
(Allerdale)
3 Jun 2021

At 09:51 on 3rd June 2021, three fire engines and a rapid response vehicle attended an incident on King Street, Workington. The fire involved the cellar of a three-story commercial building. Firefighters used two breathing apparatus, one hose reel jet and a thermal imaging camera to extinguish the fire. Crews were in attendance for one hour and thirty minutes.

Building Fire, Gilsland
(Carlisle)
2 Jun 2021

At 11:46 hours on the 2nd June 2021 two fire engines attended an outbuilding fire on Willowbank Road, Gilsland. Crews used a hose reel jet and remained in attendance for thirty minutes.

Vehicle Fire, Calthwaite
(Eden)
1 Jun 2021

At 11:02 hours on 1st June fire engines attended a fire on A6 Calthwaite, Penrith. The fire involved a combined harvester. Fire crews used one hose reel jet to extinguish the fire. Fire crews were detained approximately thirty minutes.

Vehicle Fire, Baldwinholme
(Carlisle)
27 May 2021

At 22:54 hours on the 27th May 2021 two fire engines attended a large vehicle on fire to the side of a building on the Keld Road in Baldwinholme. Whilst in attendance crews used four breathing apparatus and two hose reels. Crews were in attendance for approximately one hour.

Road Traffic Collision, M6
(Carlisle)
27 May 2021

At 06:20 hours on 27th May 2021 three fire engines were called to reports of an incident on the m6 motorway north between junctions forty-three and forty-two. On arrival fire crews discovered a road traffic collision involving one vehicle. Fire service personnel administered first aid to two casualties on scene who were conveyed to hospital by ambulance. Fire crews were in attendance for approximately thirty minutes.

Building Fire, Carlisle
(Carlisle)
26 May 2021

At 13:31 hours on Wednesday 26th May 2021, two fire engines attended a commercial building fire involving an extraction unit on St Nicholas Bridge Business Park, St Nicholas Bridges, Carlisle. Crews used a hose reel jet to extinguish the fire. Crews were in attendance for approximately eight minutes.

Road Traffic Collision, Kendal
(South Lakeland)
26 May 2021

At 22:49 on the 26th May two fire engines attended Sedbergh Road, Kendal. This was a road traffic collision involving one car. Three casualties were involved. Crews made the scene safe and assisted the ambulance service. Crews were detained for one hour and thirty minutes.

Building Fire, Thornhill
(Copeland)
25 May 2021

At 11:03 hours on the 25th May 2021 three fire engines attended a building fire on Chapel Terrace in Thornhill. Whilst in attendance crews used two breathing apparatus and two hose reels. Crews were in attendance for one hour and twenty-five minutes.

Road Traffic Collision, Milnthorpe
(South Lakeland)
25 May 2021

At 00:11 on 25th May 2021 one fire engine attended a road traffic collision on B6385 Crooklands Milnthorpe. The collision involved one vehicle. The fire service provided first aid to two casualties prior to handing them over to north west ambulance service. Crews were detained approximately seventy minutes

Building Fire, Barrow-in-Furness
(Barrow-in-Furness)
21 May 2021

At 16:42 hours on Friday the 21st May 2021, three fire engines attended an outbuilding fire at Ormsgill Lane, Barrow-in-Furness. Firefighters used two hose reel jets and one breathing apparatus to extinguish the fire, which involved a shed. Crews were detained for two hours.

Chimney Fire, Whitehaven
(Copeland)
20 May 2021

At 17:23 hours on 20th may 2021 two fire engines were called to reports of an incident on Bedford Street, Whitehaven. On arrival fire crews discovered a fire involving the chimney in a domestic property and used chimney rods, one hose reel jet and a thermal imaging camera to extinguish the fire and check for fire spread. Crews were detained for approximately one hour and thirty minutes

Building Fire, Ulverston
(South Lakeland)
19 May 2021

At 01:26 hours on May 19th 2021 three fire engines attended a commercial building fire in Lakeside Ulverston. This was a large fire in a wood pellet store and fire crews used four breathing apparatus two hose reel jets and foam to deal with the fire. Fire crews were in attendance for four and a half hours.

Road Traffic Collision, Haverigg
(Copeland)
16 May 2021

At 20:22 hours on Sunday 16th May 2021, two fine engines attended a road traffic collision with persons trapped on North Lane, Haverigg. One casualty was removed from the vehicle by fire service personnel and was assessed by North West Ambulance Service. Crews were in attendance for approximately thirty minutes.

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