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14:54 - , & attended an RTC involving two vehicles. All persons out on arrival. Crews used small tools to make the vehicles safe by isolating the batteries.
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Lincs Fire & Rescue Jan 24
19:31 attended a chimney fire in Acthorpe. Crew used one ladder, chimney kit and one hose reel to extinguish the fire. Caused by build up of soot in chimney.
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Lincs Fire & Rescue Jan 24
Good Afternoon. If you're planning a night in, please be careful whilst cooking. Cooking left unattended is the number 1 cause of house fires. Remember to &
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Louth Fire Station Jan 23
Thank you for some great input on the . We found it incredibly interesting and useful!
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Lincs Fire & Rescue Jan 22
Good Evening, Control White Watch are on duty for our first night. There are patches of thick fog across the County at present. Please drive to the conditions & ensure your vehicle's lights are working
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Lincs Fire & Rescue Jan 18
08:23 - , Lincoln North and attended a RTC on Caistor High Street, Baumber. RTC involved 2 articulated lorries. Crews used Hydraulic rams to spread open lorry in order to release 1 male and used Zorb to make the scene safe.
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Lincs Fire & Rescue Jan 18
07:00 - and attended a RTC on A16, Burwell. This was a RTC involving 1 van and 1 car. Crews used manpower to release 1 female from car and used Dammit Paste to stem diesel leak from van.
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Lincs Fire & Rescue Jan 13
21:19 - Mablethorpe, Alford and attended a fire on Gold Road, Mablethorpe. Light damage by fire to 100% of immersion heater and 5 towels in bathroom of house caused by faulty electrics. This was extinguished using 1 Dry Powder extinguisher and 2 Breathing Apparatus.
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Dan Vines Jan 13
6 Firefighters from Skegness station are hiking up Ben Nevis in fire kit for the Firefighters charity and Macmillan this July. Please donate
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Lincs Fire & Rescue Jan 13
13:34 & North Somercotes attended a static caravan fire on Mill Lane, South Somercotes. Fire damage to whole caravan & 80% of an outbuilding. Extinguished using 3 hose reel jets, 2 breathing apparatus & thermal imaging. Caused by carelessly discarded smoking materials
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Lincs Fire & Rescue Jan 12
12/01/2020 at 17:02 crews from Wragby and attended a Building Fire on Holmes Way, Wragby. 1 Hose Reel, 3 Thermal Image Cameras, 1 Short Extension Ladder, 2 Breathing Apparatus and Small Tools were used to extinguish.
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Dave Gilbert Jan 12
Donations have hit £2000! I’ll be collecting at ⁦⁩ & ⁦⁩ HQ on Wednesday - the day of the ‘shave’!! 👨🏻‍🦲 Shaving my head for 4 months for Cancer Research UK. Please on & RT. Thanks!
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The Fire Fighters Charity Jan 11
This weekend, be part of our most ambitious recycling campaign to date! Donate your unwanted clothing and help us beat last year's Bag It and Bank It total of £68K. Find your closest textile bank here:
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Lincs Fire & Rescue Jan 11
Good Morning, Control White Watch are on duty for our first day shift. Did you enjoy a few alcoholic drinks last night? You could still be over the limit, if in doubt, don't drive. Use public transport, taxi or get someone who didn't drink to drive you
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Gainsborough Fire Station Jan 11
This , we are reminding people to ensure they have enough smoke alarms around their home, at least one on every level. Also, and those with less able family members to check that these homes have enough working smoke alarms in the right places.
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Gainsborough Fire Station Jan 9
Smoke alarms don’t last forever. The power might work, but the detection mechanism deteriorates with time. So, whether they are battery operated or wired to the mains, to work at their best they should be replaced every ten years.
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Electrical Safety First Jan 8
Don't risk your safety. Register your electrical appliances today! Find out more at
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Ashley Hildred Jan 8
I was lucky enough to witness the unveiling of the new display by today. Nice addition the Fire and Ambulance Station frontage 👌🏻
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Lincolnshire Police Jan 8
We would like to speak to the driver of a black Vauxhall Astra, who may be able to help our investigation into an RTC on Newmarket, Louth, on 6 January. Call 101, Inc 306 of 6 Jan
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Louth Fire Station Jan 7
Here at Louth Fire Station we have a big yellow container that you can drop off any of your unwanted clothes, shoes and linen.
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