|20/04/2018 15:29||Snake called Anna Cornder captured in Portsmouth loft||An escaped 5ft corn snake has been captured by an HFRS animal rescue expert.
The pet reptile is 11 years old and was trapped in a fascia board in a house in Alver Road, Fratton, Portsmouth.
It was released from this by HFRS and captured in the roof space.
The snake was unharmed, checked by the RSPCA and then retuned to its owner.
The stop message was at 17:04.||Alver Road
|20/04/2018 05:58||Large horse rescued from Alresford well||Firefighters were called out to rescue an Irish Draught gelding from a well.
Crews from Alresford, Overton and Winchester attended the incident in which the large male horse had got its hind legs trapped.
Crews used small tools, animal rescue equipment and a Manitou telehandler.
The horse was 20 years old and measured 16.3 hands (1.65 metres).
The incident was at Riverside Farm Lane, Tichborne, Alresford.
The stop message was at 09:04||Riverside Farm Lane
|05/04/2018 17:49||Firefighter administers jam sandwiches||An on-call firefighter administered jam sandwiches to a diabetic having a 'hypo'.
The co-responder from Alresford helped monitor the pensioner's condition and worked with our colleagues from South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS).
The incident took place in Itchen Stoke.
We left the scene at 18:06.||Itchen View
|04/04/2018 05:41||Fire on Pizza bus a day after it opens||Two crews from Hythe and Hardley attended a fire in Tesco car park in Sizer Way.
A fire had broken out in a traditional wood-burning pizza oven on a double decker bus that had been refitted as a mobile restaurant.
The fire spread to the rest of the bus.
Two sets of breathing apparatus, two hose reels and tactical ventilation were used. The stop message was at 07:03.
The fire started the day after the business was launched.||Tesco Sizer Way
|03/04/2018 12:32||Dog rescued after Shirley frying pan blaze||Crews from Redbridge and St Mary's rescued a dog from a kitchen fire in Vaudrey Close, Shirley, Southampton.
The fire was started by oil in a pan.
Two sets of breathing apparatus were used along with one jet.
The stop message was at 13:29.
The rescued dog was believed to be a 10-year-old Shih Tzu cross-breed.||Vaudrey Close
|01/04/2018 12:54||Crews tackle bin chute fire at Portsmouth high-rise block||Crews from Southsea, Cosham, Portchester, Fareham and Havant attended a fire at Barkis House, Portsmouth.
The fire was in the third floor external bin chute. Crews used four sets of breathing apparatus, one jet, one hose reel and one positive pressure ventilation for smoke clearance.
No one was injured during the incident. The stop came in at 13:58. ||Brownlow Close
|30/03/2018 12:15||Crews rescue man and his dogs from kitchen fire in Southampton ||Hightown and Redbridge crews tackled a kitchen fire in a mid-terraced property on Nursery Road. A 63 year old male was rescued by crews and taken to Southampton General by South Central Ambulance Service, for minor burns and smoke inhalation.
Two dogs were rescued from the property. One dog was resuscitated by crews at the scene. Both dogs are now in the care of a local vet and being treated for smoke inhalation.
The property was 100% consumed by smoke and crews tackled the fire with one...||Nursery Road
Bitterne Park, Southampton
|28/03/2018 01:41||Fire on the dance floor in Portsmouth nightclub||Vehicles from Southsea, St Mary’s, Portchester and Cosham, including the Aerial Ladder Platform, were called to a fire on the dance floor at a nightclub on Guildhall Walk in Portsmouth.
Everyone was safely evacuated from the premises after the fire involving ducting was discovered.
The blaze on the second floor of the three-storey building resulted in smoke logging throughout the nightclub.
The fire was extinguished using six sets of breathing apparatus, two hose reel jets, two jets...||Guildhall Walk
|26/03/2018 09:36||Fire crews rescue two cats in Portswood kitchen fire||Three crews from St Mary's and Hightown attended a flat fire in which the kitchen was destroyed.
Other parts of the home were badly damaged by smoke.
The fire broke out in Portswood Road, Portswood.
Two cats were rescued by crews and given oxygen before being handed on to vets.
Firefighters used four sets of breathing apparatus, a hose reel, a jet, an ultra high pressure lance and tactical ventilation to tackle the blaze.
The stop message was at 11:22.||Portswood Road
|19/03/2018 17:04||More than 120 firefighters tackle large thatch fire in Ampfield||Crews from across the county have attended a large thatch fire in Ampfield.
There were 25 engines and several support vehicles, including two aerial ladder platforms, at the scene.
At its peak about 170 emergency service personnel were in attendance and appliances came from 25 fire stations across Hampshire.
The blaze broke out about 5pm on March 19.
Nobody was injured and the crews got the fire under control as they fought to save the building which was a two-storey hotel in Winchester...||Winchester Road