Fire in domestic garage in Milton Keynes

    Emergency services rushed to fire in Bradwell Common, Milton Keynes following multiple calls to the emergency service.

    This morning (July 2), two crews from West Ashland, a crew from Broughton, and a crew from Newport Pagnell attended a fire in Bradwell Common, along with two police officers.

    Once emergency services had arrived at the scene, smoke was issuing from a two-storey house, and the incident was generating multiple calls to Thames Valley Fire Control Service.

    To extinguish the fire, firefighters had to use two sets of breathing apparatus, a hose reel jet, one main jet, a thermal imaging camera, and a positive pressure ventilation fan.

    The gas and electricity supply was isolated. The fire was located with an integrated garage, which was 100% damaged by the fire.

    The fire did not spread to the main house, and there were no injuries.

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