Essex County Fire and Rescue

Essex County Fire and Rescue

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Our purpose:

We improve, protect and save lives. Our vision: To make Essex a safe place to live, work and travel. Our priorities: Service Led, Community Focused, Kind Culture, Financially Sustainable. About Essex County Fire and Rescue Service Essex County Fire and Rescue Service is one of the largest Fire and Rescue Services in the country, serving a county within which there are a wide variety of risks. The Service is governed by Essex Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Fire and Rescue Authority (EPFCC). The EPFCC Fire

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ContactEssex County Fire & Rescue

Telephone0300 3035555

Websitewww.essex-fire.gov.uk/

AddressEssex County Fire and Rescue Service Headquarters
Kelvedon Park
Rivenhall
Witham
Essex
CM8 3HB

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Bungalow fire - Goldingham Drive, Braintree

Firefighters were called to a semi-detached bungalow on fire in Braintree early this morning (Friday 22 February).

When fire crews arrived they reported the whole bungalow was completely on fire and the bungalow next door was also full of smoke.

Firefighters managed to extinguish the fire by 4:45am. Crews then spent two hours checking all hot spots were fully cooled and extinguished.

The cause of the fire is unknown at this stage, an investigation will be carried out.

The bungalow has been severely damaged by the fire, and the bungalow next door has suffered some minor smoke damage.

 

Road traffic collision - one casualty - A12, Boreham

Firefighters were called to assist at the scene of a road traffic collision on the A12 between junctions 18 - 19 (Danbury-Boreham).

The collision involved four vehicles.

Fire crews worked with paramedics to help release one person trapped in their vehicle.

The casualty was released by 12:15pm and left in the care of the Ambulance Service.

Road traffic collision - Henham Road, Debden

Fire crews were called to assist at the scene of a road traffic collision (RTC) involving two vehicles (one HGV and one van).

Firefighters worked with paramedics to help release one casulty trapped in their vehicle.

The casualty was released at 12:15pm and left in the care of the Ambulance Service.

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