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Incident Date: 08 January 2018
Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service attended 26 incidents between 8am and 5.30pm, Monday January 8. Read about a shop fire, a corridor fire and a chip pan fire below.
Shop fire, Rochdale
At 12.24pm three fire engines from Rochdale and Heywood were called to Baille Street, Rochdale to reports of a fire in the entrance of a shop.
On arrival crews isolated the flames to the electric motor powering a roller shutter door on a ground floor store in The Wheatsheaf Shopping Centre.
Firefighters used a hearth kit and a thermal imaging camera to extinguish the flames and smoke and were on scene for roughly an hour.
Corridor fire, Scholes
At 13.01pm GMFRS were called to block of flats in Wellington Street, Scholes. Three engines from Wigan and Hindley responded and discovered a fire involving piles of rubbish, paper and bagged cardboard in the ground floor corridor.
The blaze was confined to the corridor with all fire doors closed and crews used two hoses, four breathing apparatus, a ventilation fan and a gas detector on the scene.
Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service was detained for approximately 35 minutes.
Chip pan fire, Reddish
Two fire engines from Gorton and one from Stockport responded to a 13.06pm call to a semi-detached property on Ilkley Crescent, Reddish.
Crews combated a fire in the ground floor kitchen of the property caused by a chip pan. Two residents, a man and a woman, had both exited the building before firefighters arrived.
GMFRS used one hose, two breathing apparatus and a ventilation fan and were on the scene for an hour and 15 minutes.
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