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24th September, 2017 - 04.02am: Crews from Westlea and Swindon attended reports of a freezer fire in a...Read more

24th September, 2017 - 01.57am: Crew from Corsham extinguished a car fire using 2 hose reel jets and 2...Read more

24th September, 2017 - 01.54am: Crews from Swindon attended a kitchen fire in a mid-terraced 2-storey ...Read more

23rd September, 2017 - 10.35pm: Crew from Salisbury extinguished a small fire located off the Wilton R...Read more

23rd September, 2017 - 9.39pm: Crew from Corsham extinguished a small fire involving hedge cuttings u...Read more

23rd September, 2017 - 8.47pm: Crew from Chippenham attended a small fire in the open out on arrival ...Read more

23rd September, 2017 - 7.18pm: Crew from Redhill Park mobilised to reports of a kitchen fire in a dom...Read more

23rd September, 2017 - 5.08pm: Crews from Charmouth, Lyme Regis, Axminster, Bridport, Maiden Newton a...Read more

23rd September, 2017 - 2.09pm: Royal Wootton Bassett- A crew from Westlea attended a small vehicle on...Read more

23rd September, 2017 - 12.07pm : Swindon- A crew from Swindon attended a small fire in the open in Lide...Read more

Caravans and mobile homes

The risk of fire in a caravan or mobile home is increased because it will spread far more quickly than in a building.

Top tips

If there is a fire…

Carbon monoxide

Carbon monoxide is a silent killer – you can’t see it, taste it or smell it. The confined spaces of a caravan or mobile home make the risk of suffering CO poisoning far greater. Make sure you have a CO detector and keep the caravan or mobile home well ventilated.

 

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