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  1. Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service have deployed 20 fire engines which are on scene at a massive fire currently at Hoo Farm Industrial Estate in Kidderminster. Firefighters togther with other crews and partners will be on-site for next few days. Residents as far as Worcester and parts of Herefordshire are being advised to keep their windows and doors shut due to the large amounts of smoke being produced by the blaze. 📸 HWFRS
  2. Last night a crew from Leominster Fire Station along with a fire crew from Kingsland fire station attended a front loader well alight in a field. 2 hose reels, breathing apparatus and a thermal imaging camera were used to extinguish the fire swiftly. 📷 HWFRS
  3. Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service crews from Ewyas Harold Fire Station were called to a car fire in Garway yesterday, upon arrival the crew found the vehicle was well alight. Using BA and hose reel they crew extinguished the fire. Unfortunately the car was totally destroyed, even the alloys had partly melted. Thankfully no persons were injured. 📷 HWFRS
  4. Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service rescued a person on West Malvern Road Malvern. Casualty on the Malvern Hills with suspected leg fracture. Casualty reached by crews from Malvern Fire Station with Argocat off-road vehicle, and transported to roadside for treatment.
  5. Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service crews were called to a fire late last night in Herefordshire caused by BBQ. All 3 appliances from Leominster Fire Station were called to an outbuilding on fire just outside of Leominster. Crews used a hose reel, thermal imaging camera, ladders and hand tools to extinguish the fire and to remove the roof sheets to inspect for signs of fire spread. The source of ignition for this fire was from cooking and heating during outside entertaining. With this type of activity set to increase during the following months, please take care where you are lighting BBQs and be aware of the surrounding area. Access to this was made possible thanks to 521, the compact appliance. Crews were able to get close to the incident by navigating through the narrow drive entrance and around the back gardens, where a standard fire appliance would’ve struggled. 📷 HWFIRE Leominster
  6. All 3 appliances from Leominster Fire Station were required at a large building fire, near Ludlow late last night. Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service crews from Hereford, Ledbury, Tenbury and Leintwardine, were all in attendance. Firefighters used breathing apparatus, main jets and hose reels to bring the fire swiftly under control. 📷 HWFRS Leominster
  7. A cat had got himself into a tricky situation yesterday morning...stuck in a precarious position by the fast flowing river right outside the fire station in Leominster. Together with additional assistance with their colleagues from Tenbury and Hereford fire stations attempts were made to rescue him and after a brief dip in the river, the cat managed to self rescue further down stream. A wonderful rescue story from professional and dedicated firefighters who do a lot more work besides tackling fires. 📷 HW Fire & Rescue Service Leominster #herefordvoice #herefordnews #herefordshire
  8. Fire crews from Eardisley Fire Station with support from Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service tackled a 25 acre bracken fire Fire well alight on Bredwardine Hill last night. Backpacks and beaters used to control and extinguish the blaze.
  9. Please avoid having a bonfire during the Coronavirus lockdown period. Right now with this fine weather the ground so dry it can fuel the flames, spread to neighbouring gardens, properties and endanger lives. It also increases respiratory problems. We reported two fires yesterday, this one at Dorstone and another near Much Marcle both attended by Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service but there were a lot more across the counties. Let's all stay safe and be sensible during these challenging times.
  10. Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service have reported another fire this afternoon. Photo courtesy of HW Fore & Rescue Service Crews from Ross on Wye, Newent and water carriers from both Ledbury and Leominster are in attendance at a barn fire, near Much Marcle. Photo courtesy HW Fire & Rescue Service.
  11. Peterchurch Fire Station crew this afternoon attended a grass fire measuring approx. 100 x 100 metres at Merbach Hill, Dorstone, beaters and back packs used to extinguish and control the fire. Photographs courtesy of Peterchurch Fire Crew Hot spots dampened down.
  12. Kingsland Fire Station crew showing their appreciation to the NHS and Carers. We also appreciate the work that the First and Rescue service provide, thank you!
  13. Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service 'Blue Watch' today in Hereford showing their appreciation to all their fellow Key Workers. Thank you!
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