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Overnight Incident Round-up 28 May

Date : 28 May 2019


East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service were called to a variety of overnight incidents: 

  • At 17.07 yesterday (27 May) three appliances were sent to Farley Bank, in Hastings, following reports of a fire at a commercial premises. Upon arrival crews discovered a small debris fire and they wore breathing apparatus, as well as using one hose reel jet to tackle the fire.
  • At 19.47 yesterday (27 May) five appliances, including the Technical Rescue Unit, were sent to assist at a road traffic collision along the A26 Beddingham, involving three private vehicles, where one woman was trapped. Firefighters cut one casualty free from the wreckage and three people were left in the care of paramedics.
  • At 20.38 yesterday (27 May) crews were sent to a false alarm at a derelict building at Farley Bank, in Hastings.
  • At 21.06 yesterday (27 May) three appliances were sent to Madeira Drive, in Brighton, where they dealt with a fire on a boat, involving a pallet of wood. The fire was extinguished.
  • At 22.15 yesterday (27 May) a crew were sent to a fire at the skate park, in Farley Bank, Hastings. Firefighters used one hose reel jet to tackle the skate ramp fire.
  • At 22.34 yesterday (27 May) firefighters were sent to a false alarm, caused by fumes from an aerosol, at a property in East Street, in Falmer.
  • At 23.43 yesterday (27 May) two crews were sent to a property in Bread Street, Brighton, after reports of smell of smoke in the building, caused by overheated food. Upon arrival there was no fire.
  • At 23.57 yesterday (27 May) Hastings firefighters were sent to deal with flooding in a building in Pevensey Road, St Leonards-on-Sea, which turned out to be a small leak, isolated by firefighters. Advice was given to the flat owner and advised to contact a plumber.
  • At 00.16 this morning (28 May) Hastings firefighters were sent to Farley Bank, in Hastings, due to a small fire under the skate ramp. The crew extinguished the fire.
  • At 00.32 this morning (28 May) an appliance was sent to Pett Level Road, at Winchelsea Beach, due to a rubbish fire in the open. The crew used one hose reel jet to tackle the fire.
  • At 1.37 this morning (28 May) Bexhill firefighters were sent to a road traffic collision in Old Marsh Road, Bexhill. No action was required but firefighters made the scene safe and handed over to police and ambulance.
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