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  1. Crews from Leominster Fire Station along with Kingsland fire station attended a large wood chipping machine on fire this afternoon. When crews arrived, they were faced with a well developed fire in the motor area of the wood chipper. Both crews worked quickly to extinguish the fire using 2 fire fighters in breathing aparatus, and also a covering jet to protect the adjacent building which was holding a large quantity of dried wood chip. #herefordvoice #herefordnews #herefordshire
  2. Joe William Stafford pleaded guilty to being over the legal limit with 89 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath (legal limit is 35) when he appeared before magistrates in Hereford this week. Police were called after receiving reports that a motorist had driven the wrong way along a one-way street and had crashed into the Central Bakery in Leominster before fleeing the scene back in November which we reported here. We have been advised that Mr Stafford had sent the bakery and a letter of apology along with a cheque for £500. Magistrates in Hereford disqualified
  3. The vehicle crashed into the main entrance. Other vehicles in the area also suffered damage. Early reports indicate that the driver failed to stop. In a message on their FB page Central Bakery wrote In light of this challenge to their business in these extraordinary times, it is wonderful to hear such a 'positive' response from the bakery. Well done to their team and we wish you good luck in the future. #herefordvoice #positiveleominster #herefordshire
  4. Herefordshire is one of the first area's outside of hospitals to offer the vaccine as part of the national roll out. Bridge Street Sports Centre in Leominster will initially receive 975 doses next Monday with the elderly and vulnerable being vaccinated first. Those people will be invited to attend for their inoculation either by letter or text message. Once people have had their first vaccination, they will make an appointment to return for their second dose around 3 weeks later.
  5. Better access to covid testing in north Herefordshire A mobile Covid-19 testing centre for north Herefordshire is now operating on the Broad Street Car Park in Leominster. This is the second mobile testing centre to be set up in county within the past three weeks – taking the total number of sites countywide to three. The other two sites are in Hereford and Ross-on-Wye. This latest unit makes it more convenient for residents from north Herefordshire to get a covid test close to home. The unit opened today (Nov 13) and will offer tests from 10.30am until 3.30pm each day and
  6. Emergency services attended this incident overnight on Dinmore Hill, Leominster. Driver had left the scene before police and crews from Leominster fire station had arrived.
  7. An ambulance has caught fire on Dinmore Hill this afternoon badly damaging the front cab. There were no patients on board at the time and two crew members managed to remove vital equipment from the back of the ambulance before fire crews arrived. Photos courtesy of Angel Carpenter
  8. Crews from Leominster Fire Station attended this RTC involving a single small vehicle, near Bush Bank. On arrival, passers by had already assisted casualty from vehicle, initial casualty care was provided by the crew and then casualty left with West Midlands Ambulance Service. The vehicle was made safe by the fire crews.
  9. Pre-booked access onto sites will be required from Monday 14 September The pre-booked system will be introduced for Hereford and Leominster household recycling centres on Monday 14 September, with residents able to book their slots online from Friday 4 September. Residents who are unable to access the booking system online can call the customer services team at the council on 01432 260000 who will be able to book a slot for them. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, a limited number of residents are allowed on site at any one time. This has caused traffic congestion around the Herefo
  10. A car crashed into the the end of a terraced house in New St Leominster just after 9pm last night. A very lucky escape for the family, a woman and two children who were in the property at the time but fortunately they were upstairs at the time of the incident and escaped unharmed. Leominster fire crews were quickly on the scene and the isolated electric and gas supply to make property safe while carrying out a structural assessment. Photo - HW Fire Leominster Leominster Crash Video.mp4 Video: Sunshine Radio
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