Saturday 20 July 2024
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Nottingham

Busy night for East Leake and West Bridgford fire crews

East Leake Fire Station reports its commitment to community safety after calls attended on Friday night.

The first incident saw the team on standby at Central Station, providing coverage for the city while other units responded to a fire in a high-rise apartment building.

The second incident involved a shed fire in Gotham, where the East Leake team collaborated with the West Bridgford Fire Station to control the situation.

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© Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service

The third call was a road traffic collision in Willoughby on the Wolds.

By the time the fire service and police arrived, both occupants had already exited the vehicle, thankfully avoiding any serious injuries.

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Shed fire in Gotham
© Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service

A spokesperson said:

‘Despite being a smaller station in the county and not as frequently engaged as some others, the East Leake Fire Station team continues to provide exceptional service to its community.

‘The readiness of their fire engine to respond at any moment can often disrupt social events, primary jobs, and even sleep. However, the crew takes immense pride in their work, consistently ensuring excellent coverage for their area.’

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