Emsworth Fire Station
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Emsworth: 26

Havant and East Hampshire Group
Retained Station

Address

North Street
Emsworth
Hampshire
PO10 7DD

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Fire Ground

To include first attendance into West Sussex border areas.

Crew

1 Watch Manager (Perry Dodgson - Retained Officer in Charge)
2 Crew Managers
12 Firefighters

Station Manager

Justin Turner

Drill night

Monday 1830 - 2130 hours

Additional Information

Co-responders

Did you know that firefighters at this station receive extra training to provide a medical response, along with the ambulance service, to life-threatening incidents in their local community. Find out more about co-responders.

Vehicles at this station

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Incidents of Interest

  1. Recent incidentHeathland burned by Gosport wildfire 18/07/2018An area of heathland the size of a football pitch was scorched by fire near Gosport. Firefighters discovered two separate seats of fire on the patch of land at Browndown, so were forced to fight the flames from multiple locations. Thirty firefighters were needed to surround the fires. They used hoses and beaters to extinguish the flames. The fires were out by just after 7pm but crews remained on the scene to damp down and ensure there were no further ignitions. No-one was...
  2. Recent incidentFirefighters rescue man from roof in Farnborough house fire17/07/2018More than 50 firefighters were called to a house blaze in Alexandra Road, Farnborough. Eight engines from Rushmoor, Fleet, Hartley Wintney and Surrey Fire and Rescue Service attended with numerous support vehicles. The aerial ladder platform was also on the scene. One man was rescued from the roof with a 135m ladder and passed into care of South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS). The three-floor property was semi-detached and had been converted into bedsits. The fire was on the first floor and...
  3. Recent incidentLarge area of gorse scorched in New Forest fire17/07/2018A large area of gorse and bush has been destroyed by fire in the New Forest. At its height, around 45 firefighters tackled the flames just outside Holbury. An area the size of approximately 50 football pitches was affected by the fire. No-one was injured and no properties affected. The fire was out by 3.23am. The cause of the fire is not yet known,
  4. Recent incidentJoint partnership working in a race against time to save young deer from the sea15/07/2018We were called to reports of a deer trapped in the sea between Southsea Aquarium and the Southsea Castle. The Coastguard secured the shoreline and moved crowds back. One of our Animal Rescue Advisers was picked up from the beach by the RNLI and taken to where the deer was 200m off the shore. A passing boat tried to aid the rescue and lasooed the deer unfortunately drowning the 3 year old Roebuck. The RNLI and Animal Rescue Adviser managed to get the deer aboard and gave CPR with no result. The...
  5. Recent incidentPilot and passenger walk away from light aircraft crash in Winchester14/07/2018Crews from Winchester, Bishops Waltham, Eastleigh and Redbridge responded to Morestead Road where a light aircraft had crash landed into trees and bushes on farm land. The pilot and passenger both men, self rescued before crews arrived at the scene. Both men were assessed by South Central Ambulance Service but didn't require hospital treatment. The incident was handed over to the aircraft owner and the stop was at 16:51.
  6. Recent incidentSixty-acre field fire tackled by firefighters10/07/2018More than 30 firefighters were called to a 60-acre field of standing crops and stubble alight near Winchester. Appliances from Winchester, Eastleigh and Service Headquarters were called at 13:11 with further Land Rovers and other support vehicles coming from Alresford, Basingstoke, Fareham, Andover and Lyndhurst. The Hampshire Fire Control Room received more than 80 calls to the incident on Chapel Lane in Easton, with the smoke plume visible from the M3 motorway. Crews dampened down...
  7. Recent incidentPortsmouth pub evacuated after fire in flat above06/07/2018Customers in a Portsmouth pub were forced to put down their drinks after fire broke out in the flat above it. Crews discovered smoke in the building on the The Hard and found the fire in the first-floor flat. There was no-one in the property at the time and crews in breathing apparatus used hoses and jets to extinguish the flames within an hour. No-one was hurt and the cause of the fire was found to be accidental.


Schools Coverage

  • Emsworth Primary      


Note: This list is not exhaustive, but reflects the schools we have visited in the last 18 months. As more visits are carried out, the list of school will change to reflect that.