Fire crews tackle incidents across the Louth area over the weekend

It’s been an extremely busy few days for local fire and rescue crews with a number of call-outs over the weekend.

At 9.43pm on Sunday night the Louth crew were scrambled to a chimney fire in Main Road in Donington on Bain.

Although when they arrived the fire had already been put out, the crew made sure everything was safe.

At 8.21pm on Sunday the Louth crew responded to a fire alarm sounding at a property on Mercer Row. However there was no fire, and the alarm was triggered by a system fault.

On Saturday afternoon, shortly before 4pm crews from Louth and Binbrook attended a flat fire on Church Street in Louth which was out on arrival.

Crews isolated the electricity supply to the cooker and carried out inspection, discovering light damage by fire to contents of a saucepan.

On Saturday morning at 9.08am crews from Louth and Alford were called to a road traffic collision on the A16 near Haugham.

Crews used cutting gear to release one casualty.

At 8.29pm on Friday night a crew from Market Rasen attended a small fire in Willingham Woods.

The fire was out on arrival, crew inspected to ensure the fire was out.

At 7.36pm on Friday crews from Louth and Binbrook attended a fire in the lounge of a flat in Badminton Way, Louth.

Crews tackled the blaze using one hose reel and two breathing aparatus. There was severe fire damage to the lounge and smoke damage to the flat.