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Who to call for storm damage

The following is a quick guide to what is and isn’t the responsibility of the Fire and Rescue Service when storm damage occurs:

Problem Who to call
Fallen tree on road, not endangering life Local authority
Fallen tree on road or vehicle, endangering life Fire and Rescue Service – call 999
Fallen tree on property, not endangering life Personal responsibility
Fallen tree on property, endangering life Fire and Rescue Service – call 999
Unsafe structure overhanging a public highway or public footpath Fire and Rescue Service – call 999
Unsafe structure overhanging property, not endangering life Personal responsibility
Unsafe structure overhanging property, endangering life Fire and Rescue Service – call 999
General flooding Wait for water to subside. See also further advice.
Flooding with life risk Fire and Rescue Service – call 999
Flooding affecting electrics Only if safe to do so, isolate electrics – if in any doubt, contact the Fire and Rescue Service on 999
Power cut Call 105
IF IN DOUBT – CALL 999

Local authority information is as follows:

Power cuts

In stormy weather, the risk of a power cut is higher than usual, and this can bring other dangers.

If you do lose power, call 105 and you will be put through to your local network operator who can give you help and advice. You can also visit www.powercut105.com
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