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Weekend incident round-up 25th and 26th January

Date : 27 January 2020


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

Saturday 25th January

  • At 11:03, Eastbourne firefighters attended a residential building on Upperton Road, Eastbourne following reports of persons shut in a lift.  Crews released two people.               
  • At 15:51, Brighton firefighters attended a residential building on Dorset Gardens, Brighton following reports of a flooding.  Crews isolated the flood and electrics.         
  • At 19:17, firefighters from Roedean and Brighton attended a residential building on Sussex Square following reports of persons shut in a lift.  Crews released two people.        
  • At 22:35, Brighton firefighters attended a fire a residential property on Woburn Place, Brighton.  Crews used two Breathing Apparatus and one Hose Reel to extinguish the fire.  The fire is deemed to have been accidental. 

Sunday 26th January

  • At 02:27, firefighters from Roedean and Brighton attended a residential building on Donald Hall Road, Brighton following reports of persons shut in a lift.  Crews released two people. 
  • At 02:35, firefighters from Roedean and Brighton attended a restaurant on The Strand, Brighton Marina following reports of a fire.  Crews extinguished a small fire in a wall void.  Crews isolated gas and electrics as a precaution. 
  • At 05:29, Eastbourne firefighters attended an RTC involving one car on Upper Street, East Dean.  Crews released one casualty who was handed over in to the care of SECAMB.
  • At 17:05, Eastbourne firefighters carried out an animal rescue on Lottbridge Drove, Eastbourne.  Crews rescued one bird who was trapped in netting.  The bird was then handed over in to the care of the RSPCA.     
  • At 18:43, firefighters from Brighton, Roedean, Hove and Lewes attended a fire at a high rise building on Wellington Road, Brighton.  The fire emanated from a bin store.  Crews used two Breathing Apparatus and one Hose Reel to extinguish the fire.      

 

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