Emergency services called out to house fire in Milton Keynes

    The fire and rescue team were called out to a Milton Keynes property in the early hours of today (July 9) after reports of a fire.

    In the early hours of today (July 9) a fire broke out in a property located in Stantonbury, Milton Keynes, where the fire and rescue team were called out to.

    The incident is reported to have happened around 12:58am this morning. One appliance and crew from Newport Pagnell attended the scene, along with a crew and appliance from Broughton.

    Neighbours claim to have seen the flashing blue lights around 1am-1:30am as the crews set out to extinguish the fire.

    A report from Bucks Fire and rescue claims the fire was located in a front cupboard of the property.

    To extinguish the fire, firefighters on scene used two sets of breathing apparatus, one hose reel, and a thermal imagining camera. A positive pressure ventilation fan was also used, in addition to a gas monitor.

    A gas monitor is used to measure the level of different gases within the air and is used to prevent anyone from being exposed to toxic gasses that could seriously poison a person, in some cases they could be fatal.

    The crew then made sure to isolate the gas and electricity supply before passing things over to the hands of the gas board engineer.

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