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26th April, 2018 - 12.33am: Corsham - Following a call from a concerned resident regarding a lot o...Read more

25th April, 2018 - 11.58pm: Swanage - One crew from Swanage released 1 adult from a stuck lift in ...Read more

25th April, 2018 - 11.06pm: Weymouth - Police requested the attendance of the fire service followi...Read more

25th April, 2018 - 8.09pm: Weymouth - One crew from Weymouth released six people from a lift in a...Read more

25th April, 2018 - 3:02pm: Crews from Christchurch Fire Station attend reports of a road traffic ...Read more

25th April, 2018 - 3:00pm: A crew from Weymouth Fire Station attend a small vehicle fire near Lou...Read more

25th April, 2018 - 12:51pm: A crew from Trowbridge Fire Station was sent to alarms activating at a...Read more

24th April, 2018 - 1.01pm: One pump from Swindon and one pump from Stratton St. Margaret attended...Read more

24th April, 2018 - 12.31pm: One pump from Chippenham was mobilised to a report of a bin fire outsi...Read more

24th April, 2018 - 11.58am: One pump from Bridport was mobilised to a report of a fire in the open...Read more

Candles

Candles are one of the most common causes of house fires. Here’s some advice on how to use candles safely.

Tea lights

Although tea lights have a foil outer container, this is not safe as the foil can get extremely hot. When this happens, it can melt the surface it is on, such as the side of a bath or the top of a television. If you use tea lights, make sure they are placed in a proper holder.

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