Weekend incident round-up 15th/16th/17th November
Over the weekend, East Sussex Fire and Rescue attended a variety of incidents:-
Friday 15th November
- At 20:47, Eastbourne firefighters attended a road traffic collision (RTC) involving two vehicles on Phillips Avenue, Eastbourne. No persons were trapped and crews made the scene safe.
- At 23:31, Battle firefighters attended a van fire on Marley Lane, Battle. Crews used two Breathing Apparatus and two Hose Reel Jets to extinguish the fire.
Saturday 16th November
- At 00:15, firefighters from Battle attended London Road, Battle following reports of a dangerous structure. A lorry had hit a building. Crews made the structure safe and a Building Inspector was requested to assist with the securing of the building.
- At 01:53, Roedean firefighters attended a flooding in a residential building on Upper Chalvington Place, Brighton. Crews isolated the leak and carried out a Home Safety visit.
- At 23:38, Hastings firefighters attended a flooding in a residential property on Alexandra Road, St Leonards. Crews isolated the leak and made the scene safe.
Sunday 17th November
- At 12:27, firefighters from Roedean and Brighton attended a boat fire in Brighton Marina. Crews extinguish the fire and one casualty was handed over in to the care of SECAMB.
- At 16:19, Brighton firefighters attended a hotel on Kings Road, Brighton following reports of a dangerous structure. Crews secured loose tiling on the roof and made the scene safe.
- At 17:23, Hove firefighters attended a car fire on Fox Way, Portslade. Crews used one Breathing Apparatus and one Hose Reel to extinguish the fire.
- At 19:10, firefighters from Bexhill and Hastings attended a fire in a residential property on Georgian Close, Bexhill. Upon arrival, the fire which had emanated from a fuse box was out. Crews ventilated the property using a Positive Pressure Ventilation fan and isolated the water and electrics as a precaution.
- At 21:05, Eastbourne firefighters attended an RTC on Beachy Head, Eastbourne. One car had hit a grass verge and rolled over. No persons were trapped and casualties were handed over in to the care of SECAMB.