Weekly round up of fire service call outs in Milton Keynes

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Have you seen a fire engine with blue lights flashing over the last couple of days?

Chances are it was heading to one of these incidents...

Thursday, February 16 at 5.33pm:

Collision involving one car, Winchester Circle, Kingston, Milton Keynes.

One appliance and crew from Broughton, one from Newport Pagnell and an officer attended.

Firefighters used hydraulic rescue equipment to release a man, injured.

A woman was injured but not trapped.

They were left in the care of South Central Ambulance Service.

Tuesday, February 14 at 7.15pm:

Fire in grit bin, Padstow Avenue, Fishermead, Milton Keynes.

One appliance and crew from Broughton attended.

Firefighters used one hose reel, they suspect the fire was started deliberately.

Tuesday, February 14 at 12.49pm:

Firefighters released two adults and two children who were shut in a lift, Atlas Way, Oakgrove, Milton Keynes.

One appliance and crew from Broughton and one from Newport Pagnell attended.

Monday, February 13 at 7.42pm:

Collision involving two cars, Harrier Drive, Eaglestone, Milton Keynes.

One appliance and crew from Broughton, one from Bletchley and an officer attended.

Firefighters released a woman, injured. Another woman was injured but not trapped.

Monday, February 13 at 3.17pm:

Collision involving two cars and a lorry, Standing Way, Beanhill, Milton Keynes.

One appliance and crew from Broughton and one from Great Holm attended.

Firefighters released a man, injured, using hydraulic rescue equipment.

A woman was released before they arrived.

Monday, February 13 at 2.20pm:

Small fire in kitchen, Rossal Place, Hodge Lea, Milton Keynes.

One appliance and crew from Bletchley and one from Newport Pagnell attended.

The fire was out on arrival.

Firefighters isolated the electricity, gave advice and carried out a Home Fire Risk Check.

Sunday February, 12 at 11.24am:

Firefighters released a man, a woman and a baby who were shut in a lift, Xscape, Marlborough Gate, Central Milton Keynes.

One appliance and crew from Broughton and one from Bletchley attended.

Sunday February, 12 at 7.25am:

Firefighters assisted South Central Ambulance Service with casualty care after a collision involving one car, A5 southbound, near Mount Farm exit, Milton Keynes.

One appliance and crew from Bletchley attended.

No-one was trapped. A man was injured.