|25/05/2017 22:22||Man dies in Rushmoor house fire||A 52 year old man has been found dead following a house fire in Farnborough.
Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service were called to a house fire in Cumbria Court, at 22:22 last night (May 25).
Three crews from Rushmoor attended the incident and used breathing apparatus and a hose reel to extinguish the fire. The stop message was received at 23:10.
The body of the man was found in the building and he was confirmed dead at the scene.
Hampshire Constabulary is not treating the death as...||Cumbria Court
|22/05/2017 20:50||Pets die in Southampton house fire||Four cats and three dogs died after crews were called to a house fire in Southampton.
St Mary's and Redbridge crews attended the terraced property on Malmesbury Road due to the fire in the downstairs kitchen diner.
Four sets of breathing apparatus, two hose reels and one jet were used before the stop message was received at 21:52.||Malmesbury Road
|18/05/2017 11:40||Plant room fire hits Basingstoke business||A fire alarm was activated at an electrical firm on Ashwood Park in Basingstoke.
Smoke was seen coming from the plant room and crews from Basingstoke, Overton, Tadley and Winchester attended to find a small fire in an electrical panel.
The electricity supply was isolated and the fire was dealt with using a dry powder extinguisher. No-one was injured.
Crews ventilated the building before handing back over to the site manager. The stop message was received at 12.40pm.
|17/05/2017 15:58||Portsmouth crews tackle tower block balcony fire ||Smoke was reported coming from a third-floor balcony of Pickwick House by a 999 caller.
Crews from Southsea, Cosham and Havant arrived to find a small fire on the balcony and it was quickly extinguished using a hose reel. No-one was hurt in the incident.
The crews left the scene at 16.37.
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|14/05/2017 21:53||Man rescued from bog in New Forest darkness||We were called to a man trapped ankle deep in mud in Yew Tree Heath Road, Beaulieu.
Due to the poor light the man was asked to use his torch to help crews find him in the bog.
Crews from Brockenhurst, Redbridge and Lyndhurst assisted with the rescue.
The man was escorted to safety by crews and the stop message was received at 22:34.
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|14/05/2017 10:34||Fire commercial - Alresford ||Crews were alerted to Alresford Fire Station, one of our retained stations where firefighters are only present when they are alerted to a call.
Crews from Winchester, Hightown and Alton attended. Four sets of breathing apparatus, one jet and two hose reels were used to tackle the fire.
The building is shared with Hampshire Police who weren’t present at the time.
All persons were accounted for. Fire investigation will investigate this incident in due course.
Alresford Station will...||Pound Hill
|14/05/2017 10:01||Fire in the open - North Baddesley||Crews attended a fire at outbuildings on Six Oaks Road, North Baddesley.
Crews from St Mary’s, Eastleigh, Redbridge and Romsey attended.
Six breathing apparatus and one jet were used to tackle the fire.
No one was harmed.
The stop came in at 11:50.
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|12/05/2017 15:42||Fire Vehicle - Aldershot||Crews from Rushmoor were called to double decker bus on fire on Hospital Hill, Aldershot at 15:42.
One hose reel was used to tackle the fire in the engine compartment of the bus. The stop message came in at 16:02.
|12/05/2017 05:00||Stable fire - Alton||Crews were alerted to a fire in a stable at the back of The Hen and Chicken Inn in Alton at 05:00.
Pumps from Rushmoor, Emsworth and two from Alton tackled the outbuilding fire.
The roof of the building has been 100% damaged by fire. Three hose reels, four jets and the aerial ladder platform were used to bring the fire under control.
The aerial ladder platform will remain at the scene for up to an hour to dampen down the scene.
No one was hurt and the cause of the fire is unknown...||Rye Bridge Cottages
|11/05/2017 05:27||Recycling waste fire - Portsmouth||Crews have been dealing with a fire at Veolia Recycling Centre in Portsmouth.
Eight pumps from Cosham, Southsea, Havant, Fareham and Portchester attended.
Approximately seven tones of green waste was involved and is now being removed by Veolia staff with assistance from our crews.
Two jets and eight sets of breathing apparatus were used to tackle the fire.
Damping down will take place this morning. The stop came in at 07:14. ||Quartremaine Road