|29/12/2018 09:36||Heifer released from drinking trough||Firefighters from Burley, Lyndhurst and Redbridge attended an incident in Burley with an HFRS Animal Rescue Tactical Advisor.
An adult Aberdeen Angus heifer had its head stuck in a drinking trough.
Hydraulic rescue equipment was used to free the animal.
The incident ended at 10:31.||Burley
|17/12/2018 11:17||Firefighters called to West Quay restaurant blaze||Southampton firefighters tackled a fire which began in a pizza oven in a West-Quay restaurant.
Crews from St Mary’s, Cosham, Hightown, Eastleigh and Service Headquarters were called this morning (17 Dec) to reports of smoke coming from a vent at the shopping centre.
The fire spread to the roof space via ducting and was extinguished using four sets of breathing apparatus, two jets and one stirrup pump.
HFRS worked with West Quay management to reopen the centre following a partial...||Southampton
|07/12/2018 06:42||Lorry crashes into thatched cottage near Fordingbridge||A lorry has crashed into a thatched cottage in Breamore near Fordingbridge.
The crash happened at 06:42 and four engines from Fordingbridge and Redbridge, and Dorset and Wiltshire, attended with specialist vehicles.
A person trapped on the first floor was walked to safety using a ladder.
Hampshire Constabulary and South Central Ambulance Service were also in attendance.
The stop message was at 08:23.||Salisbury Road
|05/12/2018 22:18||Two girls and mum rescued from Portsmouth house fire||Firefighters rescued two girls and a mother after a cooking fire broke out in a Portsmouth home.
The blaze was in a second floor maisonette at Farmside Gardens in Hilsea.
Three engines attended from Cosham and Southsea, and a support vehicle from Portchester. Crews broke the door down to gain access.
Four sets of breathing apparatus were used along with one hose reel and tactical ventilation.
The girls and the mother were passed into the care of South Central Ambulance Service who took them...||Farmside Gardens
|28/11/2018 08:41||Crews extinguish electrical fire at Southampton General Hospital||Crews dealt with an electrical fire at Southampton's main hospital this morning (November 28).
Seven engines were sent to Southampton General Hospital, but the small fire was confined to an electrical cupboard in the north block.
Two carbon dioxide extinguishers were used to put out the fire, with two fans used for clearing smoke.
The fire was believed to have been caused by an overloaded inverter.
The stop message was sent at 9.47am.
|21/11/2018 05:21||Bookmaker blaze in Shirley shuts High Street ||Shirley High Street was closed this morning so crews could tackle a fire at a bookmakers.
The first 999 call was received at 05:21 after a member of the public had heard a smoke alarm sounding in the property.
Firefighters from Redbridge, St Mary’s, Eastleigh, Totton, Romsey and Beaulieu were called to the fire at the north end of the high street.
Aerial ladders from St Mary’s and Southsea fire stations were also mobilised to assist in tackling the blaze which affected the unoccupied...||Shirley High Street
|16/11/2018 01:38||Firefighters rescue man from Southampton house blaze||Firefighters have rescued a man, aged 64, from a house fire in Thornhill.
Four crews from Hightown and St Mary's attended the blaze in Shelley Road at 01.38 this morning.
An aerial ladder platform was also in attendance as well as a command support vehicle from Eastleigh.
The two-storey building was severely damaged in the fire that started on the ground floor.
Firefighters used six sets of breathing apparatus, a hose reel, two main jets and tactical ventilation.
The man rescued...||Shelley Road
|12/11/2018 20:33||Van destroyed in Southampton car park blaze||A van has been gutted by fire in a Southampton car park.
The building was slightly damaged by the blaze.
Five engines attended from St Marys, Redbridge and Hightown along with support vehicles.
Two sets of breathing apparatus were used along with one hose reel, one jet and tactical ventilation.
A man was treated by firefighters for smoke inhalation before being passed into the care of South Central Ambulance Service.
The fire was in a covered part of the car park.
The stop message was at...||St Marys
|08/11/2018 19:28||Crews tackle petrol pump fire after service station car crash ||Firefighters from Havant and Cosham have tackled a petrol pump fire at the eastbound Havant-Emsworth bypass services after a car crashed into the pump.
The fire is now out and no one has been hurt. The scene has been made safe by crews and Hampshire Police. No fuel has leaked and the incident will be investigated.
Two crew with breathing apparatus and one jet was used to bring the fire under control. The stop was at 20:04. ||Eastbound
|31/10/2018 20:04||Booby-trapped blaze set by arsonists endangering crews||A crew from Waterlooville were called to a rubbish fire last night in Denmead.
A mattress, leaves and rubbish were alight.
However, concealed underneath these were four LPG gas canisters - two containing gas.
The stop message was at 20:17.
Police have been informed.||Ashling Park Road