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Incidents – Saturday, July 22

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Incident Date: 22 July 2017

House fire – Manchester

AT 04.36am on Saturday, July 22, three fire engines from Moss Side, Manchester Central and Salford were called to a house fire in Marple Street, Manchester.

The fire was thought to have been begun deliberately in the hallway of the house, with firefighters having to use a door ram and hose reel to extinguish the flames.

Firefighters remained at the property for two hours.

 

Bathroom fire – Bolton

AT 12.24pm on Saturday, July 22, three fire engines from Bolton Central and Bolton North attended a bathroom fire in Bleak Street, Bolton.

The fire was thought to have been started accidentally in the bathroom and firefighters used one hose reel and one ventilation fan to extinguish it.

Firefighters remained on the scene for one hour.

 

Building fire – Bolton

AT 15.41pm on Saturday, July 22, three fire engines from Bolton Central, Bolton North and Farnworth as well as one aerial appliance from Stretford attended a building fire in Darwen Road, Bolton.

The fire was thought to have been started deliberately and was well alight when crews arrived. To extinguish it they used three jets and one aerial platform to bring it under control.

Firefighters remained at the scene for five hours.

House fire – Manchester

 

House fire - Manchester 

AT 17.26pm on Saturday, July 22, three fire engines from Gorton and Manchester Central attended a house fire in Siddall Street, Manchester.

When firefighters arrived they found the lounge well alight, with the fire starting due to a lighter being accidentally placed on a pile of clothes. To extinguish the fire firefighters used four breathing apparatus, two hose reels and a ventilation fan.

Firefighters remained at the incident for one hour.

Last update: 24/07/2017 10:17:39
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