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Incident Date: 12 June 2017
We responded to 49 incidents today between 08:30 and 17:30. Read about some of our incidents here:
Car crash - Manchester
At 09:19 on June 12, two fire engines from Blackley fire station and the Technical Response Unit and Major Rescue Unit from Ashton-Under-Lyne fire station were mobilised to a road traffic collision involving two vehicles on Rochdale Road, Manchester. Firefighters released one casualty from one of the vehicles, Ambulance crews were also in attendance. Fire crews were on scene for approximately twenty minutes.
House fire - Cheadle
At 11:20 on June 12, three fire engines from Cheadle, Whitehill and Wilmslow attended a report of a building fire on Stanley Road, Cheadle. This was a fire in the first floor bedroom of a domestic terraced property. The fire was extinguished by fire crews using two breathing apparatus, one hose reel and a positive pressure ventilation fan. One casualty was treated by fire service personnel for smoke inhalation and then passed to the care of ambulance and taken to hospital. Crews were in attendance for approximately two hours.
House fire - Bolton
At 12:10 on June 12, three fire engines from Bolton Central and Farnworth fire stations were mobilised to a domestic premises on Bankfield Street, Bolton. Firefighters extinguished the fire involving a chip pan in a kitchen dining room using one hose reel, wearing two breathing apparatus and using a positive pressure ventilation fan. One casualty suffering from smoke inhalation received treatment by paramedics also in attendance and was conveyed to Royal Bolton Hospital as a precautionary measure. Fire crews were on scene for approximately one hour.
Kitchen fire - Manchester
At 14:16 June 12 three fire engines from Moss Side and Manchester Central attended a kitchen fire at a commercial building on Bridge Street, Manchester. Crews used dry powder extinguishers to bring the fire under control and were on scene for approximately thirty minutes.