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19th August, 2018 - 1635: 1635 Salisbury rescue a 60yr old female from a porch roof using a shor...Read more

19th August, 2018 - 1447: 1447 Christchurch attend Hamilton Close to extinguish a small fire...Read more

19th August, 2018 - 1445: 1445 Devizes attend the A360 nr Tilshead to extinguish a grass fire...Read more

19th August, 2018 - 1329: 1322 Portland extinguish a small refuse fire using 1 hose reel...Read more

19th August, 2018 - 1322: 1322 Stratton rescued an injured swan using dry Suits...Read more

19th August, 2018 - 1230: Christchurch rescue a seagull trapped in fishing line on a roof using ...Read more

19th August, 2018 - 01:02: At 01:01 we received the first of 12 calls initially reporting tyres o...Read more

19th August, 2018 - 01:02am: Two fire crews from Westbourne and Poole are currently extinguishing a...Read more

18th August, 2018 - 21:11: At 21:11 we received a call to a fire in a two storey domestic house i...Read more

18th August, 2018 - 12:53: One crew from Dorchester, along with an officer attend to a property w...Read more

Plan your escape

Having a planned escape route could be the difference between life and death in the event of a fire.

Choosing an escape route

The best escape route is the normal way in and out of your home. However, you should:

Things to remember

Bedtime checks

When you are asleep, it takes longer to become aware of the signs of fire. If you don’t have working smoke alarms, you may not even know there’s a fire until it’s too late. A simple bedtime routine will help make things safer.

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