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521 was called to a report of a fire in the Millenium Woods on the Bypass. A group of youths had built themseleves a bonfire with the woods. The police requested the crews extinguished the fire, which they did using backpacks
The crew of 521 was called to a known false alarm at BPI on Worcester Road. The alarm was caused by an accidental activation
The crew of 521 were asked to attend Norfolk House. This time a defective alarm point was found.
An early evening shout for 521, the alarms had gone off at Windsor Place. The crew searched the building but were unable to locate any activated detectors
Yet another call to this incident but this time for 521. The crew were on a make pumps 10, but on route the incident became a make pumps 12.
A second call for the station, this time for the carrier. As the fire escalated the need for water became obvious.
522 was initially mobilised to standby at Hereford station, they were soon mobilised to this serious fire.
First call of the day for 521, the crew attended the Community Hospital but discovered a faulty detector head in the physio department
A call to the rear of the Priory Church for the crew of 521. A small fire, soon extinguished, was dealt with.
The crew of 522 was called to assist the staff at Waverly House. The lift was broken and one of the elderly residence needed assistance in carring them down stairs
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