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14th December, 2019 - 11.09am: Wareham - One crew from the Wareham fire station were mobilised to a r...Read more

14th December, 2019 - 11.07am: Sherborne - Both crews from the Sherborne fire station and assistance ...Read more

13th December, 2019 - 11:03: At 11:03 fire engines from Poole extinguished a car fire on the off-sl...Read more

12th December, 2019 - 6.02pm: One pump from Wincanton were mobilised to a report of an alarm actuati...Read more

12th December, 2019 - 5.46pm: Two pumps from Weymouth and a flexi-duty officer were mobilised to a r...Read more

12th December, 2019 - 1:58 PM : A crew have extinguished a car fire this afternoon using 2 breathing a...Read more

12th December, 2019 - 1:03 PM : Crews have released a 2 year old child who was locked in a car using s...Read more

12th December, 2019 - 11:20 AM : Crews attended a chip pan fire in the kitchen of a domestic property t...Read more

12th December, 2019 - 09:04 AM : Crew released a child that was locked in a bedroom at a domestic prope...Read more

12th December, 2019 - 09:02 AM : Crew released a man who was locked in a refuse room at a property this...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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