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Incident Date: 27 January 2017
The following incidents took place from 8.30am – 5.30pm on January 27, 2017.
Road traffic collision - Denton
At 08:48 on January 27, one fire engine from Hyde, one Technical Rescue Unit and one Major Rescue Unit from Ashton Under Lyne, were mobilised to a road traffic collision in Byron Road, Denton. Fire crews administered oxygen therapy to two casualties suffering from shock, and used one trauma bag, one hose reel and stop chocks at the incident. Crews were in attendance for approximately fifty minutes.
Cooker fire – Ashton-Under-Lyne
At 10:23 on January 27, three fire engines from Stalybridge, Ashton-Under-Lyne and Mossley fire stations, were mobilised to a cooker fire in a detached house in Claremont Gardens, Ashton-Under-Lyne. Four occupants self-rescued and the fire was out on arrival of fire crews. Crews administered oxygen therapy to one casualty suffering from smoke inhalation, they used one hearth kit and were on scene for approximately thirty minutes.
Cooker fire - Stalybridge
At 12:43 on January 27, three fire engines from Stalybridge, Mossley & Ashton-Under-Lyne were mobilised to a carbon monoxide alarm sounding with persons involved in Illingworth Avenue, Stalybridge. Upon on arrival crews confirmed the incident involved a pan of oil on a cooker, with one casualty suffering the effects of slight smoke inhalation. North West Ambulance Service attended the incident and assessed the casualty. Crews were engaged for approximately 30 minutes.
Road traffic collision - Manchester
At 13:02 on January 27, fire engines from Withington, Gorton and Ashton-Under-Lyne were mobilised to a road traffic collision with persons trapped in Ashby Avenue, Manchester. Upon arrival crews assisted one casualty from a two vehicle road traffic Collison, by removing a domestic garden fence panel. North West Ambulance Service and Greater Manchester Police also attended the incident. Crews were engaged for approximately 30 minutes.