Having finished at the Shobden incident 522 was asked to attend an RTC in Tenbury. Whilst proceeding Tenburys pump in Leominster became available an
Archive for February, 2010
521 attended Kalidoscope Care to check out this defective detector head.
An relatively unusual call that saw 522 attended along with 511 and the services specialist crews, to an apparent attack on a local property with an
Incident on A49 South of Leominster. Both pumps were joined by a road ambulance and 2 air ambulances. A car had been in colision with a lorry and end
An RTC at Mortimers Cross meant 522 was alerted to join 511 at this incident. It was discovered that the incident had occured the previous night but
A crew in 521 was despatched to re-visit the property to ensure the fire was all out.
Hampton Gardens in Leominster saw both pumps attended this 5 pumps terrace house fire. The area has limited access, with poor parking by the local re
Leominster had a call to house fire at Porters Mill off Mill Street. Whilst 522 was attending the above "Call 30" 521 and a Tenbury pump attended a h
The rescue pump, 522, carries a gas monitor so was requested by Leintwardine to attend a posible carbon monoxide poisoning. The ambulace crew, in at
A call to Bodenham for both Leominster pumps and a pump from Hereford. It was given as domestic oil tank. The tank had soon burnt out leaving a cons
For the secondtime in the day 522 was asked to assist Leintwardine, this time at Bucknall, they already had the support of the Ludlow crew, Leominste
522 was mobilised to Wigmore to assist Leintwardine. The incident was scaled down before Leominster attended so the crew were turned back to home stat
Call to Blanchard Close to a smoke alarm which had activated from a house and alerted the neighbours. Both pumps attended and access was gained to dis
Both pumps attended a call to the railway line just outside Leominster. Initial reports were that a train was on fire, however, a locked wheel on a pa
522 and 521 were both mobilised to this 6 pump incident near Leintwardine. Whilst the crews of 521 provided incident command support, 522 was used to
521 was called to Ivinton to a vehicle make safe. A driver had skidded in the ice and managed to crash in to railings by one of Ivingtons many brookes
An early start for the crew of 521. The alarms at the DIY superstore (Focus) had been activated by accident.
522 was asked to assist at this RTC at Burghill nr Hereford whilst the cities pumps were at another incident. Fortunately the Hereford pumps became av
521 were called to a suspected gas leak in South Street, using the gas monitor from 522, the crew were able to give the all clear and pass the inciden