Both pumps were called to a property in Newton near Ivington. The chimney led from a cooking range in the kitchen. The crews had to remove the chimney
Archive for January, 2011
The water carrier was called to assist Tenbury station at a Barn near to Tenbury. Whilst proceeding the crew of 527 heard that the incident was such t
521 was called to Norfolk House, because the crew were aware of the previous visit being a fire they were relieved to discover it was a faulty detecto
The crew of 521 was called to the Community Hospital to an alarm sounding. A faulty detector head was found.
The station was called to re-inspect the building at Etnam Street. As the fire was so intense the re-inspection was in part to reassure the residents.
Both Leominster pumps were called to Norfolk House in Etnam Street, a fire in one of the flats meant the incident commander made up to pumps 6, a full
521 was asked to assist 511 again, they had a call to a property in Kingsland. The house had a large woodburner in the living room that had caused a c
Both pumps were eventually called to a car fire at Leominster Tip. The car was completely destroyed. The police were also called by the incident comma
521 was called to the college, previously known as The Minster College. The alarm system is still new at the college and suffers from a few glitches.
An LPG powered vehicle was involved in a road traffic collision. The result being a gas leak from the LPG bullet. The crews closed the A49 whilst the
521 joined 511 (Kingsland) at this chimney fire. The Kingsland crew, led by Crew Commander Bradley, had the job covered but the second pump is automat
521 were called to an alarm activated in this home. The crews discovered a fault in the system.
521 was called to return the job at the mill. The crew, led by Watch Commander Greenhouse, were able to finish the job although they did a re-inspecti
522 and 527 attended a fire at the old mill in Pinsley Road, the Incident Commander made pumps 6 along with the aerial platform from Bromsgrove. Part