Seen a fire engine this weekend in the Aylesbury Vale? Here's where it might have been headed...

Here is a list of the latest incidents in our area attended by Bucks Fire and Rescue...

Monday, 11th November 2019, 11:59 am
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Monday 11 November, 8.26am

Automatic fire alarm, Woollerton Court, Princes Risborough. One appliance and crew from High Wycombe attended. False alarm.

Monday 11 November, 7.35am

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Firefighters released a man who was shut in a lift, Bankside, Wendover. Two appliances and crews from Aylesbury attended.

Sunday 10 November, 9.04pm

Car fire, Sir Henry Lee Crescent, Aylesbury. One appliance and crew from Aylesbury attended. Firefighters used one hose reel and one set of breathing apparatus.

Sunday 10 November, 6.36pm

Fire in the open, Hartwell End, Aylesbury. One appliance and crew from Aylesbury attended.

Saturday 9 November, 9.01pm

False alarm, good intent - fire in the open, Picasso Place, Aylesbury. One appliance and crew from Aylesbury attended.

Friday 8 November, 6.09pm

Chinese lantern on fire on roof of building, Weedon Road, Aylesbury. One appliance and crew from Aylesbury attended. The fire was out on arrival.

Note from Bucks Fire and Rescue: "We do not recommend the use of Chinese lanterns, also known as flying lanterns and sky lanterns. They are often made of paper, wire and bamboo and contain a lit candle, and can rise to more than 1,000 feet, fly for up to 20 minutes and float for miles before landing. You can’t control the direction they take or where they will land, and there is no guarantee that the fuel source will be fully extinguished and cooled when the lantern lands."