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Weekend incident round up 1st and 2nd June

Date : 03 June 2019


Over the weekend, East Sussex Fire and Rescue attended a variety of incidents:-

Saturday 1st June

  • At 09:10, Eastbourne firefighters attended a residential property on Cavendish Place, Eastbourne to carry out an animal rescue.  Crews used a triple extension ladder to release a fox cub.  The fox cub was handed over in to the care of the RSPCA.        
  • At 11:55, Brighton firefighters attended a commercial premises on George Street, Brighton following reports of a flooding.  Crews isolated the leak and electrics.          
  • At 13:22, firefighters from Bexhill and Hastings attended a property on Sutherland Avenue, Bexhill following reports of persons shut in a lift.  Crews released two people.         
  • At 13:50, firefighters from Battle and Bexhill attended a caravan fire on Victoria Road, Herstmonceux.  Crews used one hose reel to extinguish the fire.     
  • At 13:52, Lewes firefighters attended Fullers Road, Lewes to carry out an animal rescue.  Crews released one dog who was trapped behind fencing. 
  • At 14:10, firefighters from The Ridge attended a fire in the open on Waterside Close, Hastings.  Crews used a flax pack to extinguish the fire.       
  • At 15:20, Brighton firefighters attended Preston Park, Brighton following reports of a fire in the open.  Crews used buckets of water to extinguish a bin fire.   
  • At 17:51, Eastbourne firefighters attended a property on The Goffs, Eastbourne following reports of persons shut in a lift.  Crews released four people.           
  • At 18:13, Brighton firefighters attended a bin fire on Preston Road, Brighton.  Crews extinguish the fire using buckets of water. 
  • At 20:22, firefighters from Bexhill attended an RTC on St Georges Road, Bexhill.  One car had overturned.  Crews released one casualty who was handed over in to the care of SECAMB.       
  • At 20:41, Brighton firefighters attended a commercial property on George Street following reports of a flooding.  Crews isolated the leak and carried out salvage.        
  • At 20:55, firefighters from The Ridge attended a bin fire on Denmark Place, Hastings.  Crews used buckets of water to extinguish the fire.   
  • At 21:58, firefighters from The Ridge attended a fire in the open on Mendip Gardens, Hastings.  Crews used buckets of water to extinguish the fire.          

Sunday 2nd June

  • At 03:14, firefighters from The Ridge and Hastings attended a fire in the open on Quantock Gardens, Hastings.  Crews extinguished the fire.      
  • At 04:18, Brighton firefighters attended a fire in the open on Heath Hill Avenue, Brighton.  Crews used buckets of water to extinguish the fire.
  • At 06:51, Eastbourne firefighters attended a residential property on Petworth Place, Eastbourne following reports of a flooding.  Crews isolated the leak.            
  • At 10:45, firefighters from Crowborough attended Hartfield Road, Colemans Hatch to carry out an animal rescue.  Crews released one cat who had been trapped in a car.      
  • At 10:45, Roedean firefighters attended a residential property on St Georges Road, Brighton following reports of a fire.  The small fire emanated from a fuseboard and was out on arrival.  Crews made the scene safe and used a Positive Pressure Ventilation fan to disperse the smoke,           
  • At 11:55, Hastings firefighters attended a residential property on Queens Road, Hastings following reports of a flood.  Crews used an aerial ladder platform to locate the leak and the leak was isolated.             
  • At 20:54, Roedean firefighters attended Madeira Drive, Brighton to assist SECAMB to help retrieve a person who had fallen in to the bushes.  Crews used a bow saw to cut away bushes and undergrowth to access the casualty.         
  • At 22:44, Bexhill firefighters attended a fire in the open on Watermill Lane, Bexhill.  Crews used a flex pack in use.          
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