Thursday 26 May 2022
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Man in hospital after fire service rescue him from serious Notts house blaze

Last night 26 January at 8:43pm, Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service was called to a house fire on Crescent Road, Selston.

Four fire engines attended, two from Ashfield fire station and two from Alfreton fire station in Derbyshire.

Crews used a smoke hood, breathing apparatus and two hosereel jets to rescue the casualty from his property and extinguish the fire.

He was taken immediately to hospital by EMAS, where he is currently being treated.

A fire investigation is taking place at the property today.

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Group Manager Andy Macey said “our thoughts are with the local community at this time. My thanks go to the personnel and agencies who attended this incident.

“We will be in the area in the coming days to offer fire safety advice and reassurance.”

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