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Devon&Somerset Fire retweeted
FireChiefs@NFCC May 18
Our National Sprinkler Week campaign kicks off tomorrow. We want people to understand what sprinkler systems are and do, and learn about the benefits of having them installed in buildings.
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Devon&Somerset Fire May 18
Incident - Persons in
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Mark Quick May 17
A real pleasure working with this gang at the Devon County Show last over the last two days. Everyone worked so hard to engage and provide assistance to our target groups. We also focused on preventing fires in Thatch properties
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Devon&Somerset Fire May 18
Incident - by fire in attended by crews from
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Dave Church May 17
Throwing my heart and soles into supporting with
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Devon&Somerset Fire May 17
White Watch Fire Control supporting international day against homophobia, biphobia, intersexism & transphobia. Justice & protection for ALL šŸ‘šŸ‘
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Joe Hassell May 17
Today is where I and staff are supporting international day against homophobia, biphobia, intersexism & transphobia. Justice & protection for ALL.
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Devon&Somerset Fire May 16
3 fire appliances from and were mobilised following a call from the occupant of a property in , saying their shower was on fire. Crews were quickly on scene and had the fire under control -
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Devon&Somerset Fire May 16
Fire control received multiple calls from the driver and passing motorists reporting a car on fire on the at in . A fire appliance from was mobilised to deal with it -
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Devon&Somerset Fire May 16
Crews from and assisted the with a 650litre diesel spill on the earlier which caused traffic delays due to it being closed as a result of the incident -
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Burnham-On-Sea.com May 16
M5 FUEL SPILL: Fire crews are at a large fuel spill on the M5 between Burnham-On-Sea and Bridgwater, which is causing long delays to northbound traffic - full story at:
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Devon&Somerset Fire May 15
Crews and specialist rescue from Torquay and Camels Head were mobilised to rescue an 8 year old boy who had become stuck about 40ft high on a rock face. The was rescued and uninjured.
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Devon&Somerset Fire May 15
Three fire appliances from Taunton attended a fire in a large skip in Thornfalcon this evening. The crews extinguished the fire with the help of a mechanical digger on site.
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Joe Hassell May 15
Thanks to staff for visiting WT FFs in Plymouth, Exeter & Taunton to discuss how self rostering works in Kent. Positive engagement and questions from staff. Thanks to our change managers for facilitating
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Devon&Somerset Fire May 15
Go rainbow this Friday! We are supporting day the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexism & Transphobia. šŸŒˆšŸŒˆšŸŒˆ
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Devon&Somerset Fire May 14
One crew from Yeovil have extinguished a car fire that was deliberately set alight in Kenmore Drive, Yeovil.
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Devon&Somerset Fire May 14
Crews from Danes Castle extinguished a kitchen fire on Brook Green Terrace, Exeter. Cause of the fire was a pan left unattended ?
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Devon&Somerset Fire May 14
Replying to @sam_msport018
No Sam there isn't but stations are posting them on their Facebook pages.
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Devon&Somerset Fire May 14
We have just completed our on-call station information sheets. These have been designed to help with recruitment & each one has bespoke info for each of our on-call stations. Follow the link for information on becoming a on-call firefighter
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Devon&Somerset Fire retweeted
Somerset Road Safety May 14
Car dooring can cause serious injuries to cyclists but by using the simple 'Dutch Reach' technique you can help to keep safe!
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