Chimney fire in Woodleigh

SA Updated
Chimney fire in Woodleigh

Blog Tags

Crews from Modbury and Kingsbridge attended a chimney fire in Woodleigh on Tuesday. 

Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service received a call from a member of the public just after 8pm on Tuesday, 9 March, to report a fire in the chimney of a house in Woodleigh near Loddiswell.

One fire crew from Modbury was immediately mobilised. When they arrived they confirmed that there was a fire in the flue of the chimney and requested the assistance of a second crew from Kingsbridge. 

Crews got to work to extinguish the fire using chimney gear and a thermal imaging camera. Once extinguished and advice given, the incident was handed back to the occupier.  

Main image credit Graham Richardson @ Flickr

User comments

There are no user comments for this listing.
Comments

You might also be interested in

Stoke Fleming road is now open
Category: General News
The road through Stoke Fleming is now open after exactly a month of diversions. 
Coroner releases cause of death for David 'Mad Dog' Crawford
Category: General News
Plymouth Coroner's office has released a statement about the cause of death for David Crawford, who died on the A38 in May. ...
Salcombe Regatta announces this year's royalty
Category: General News
Salcombe Town Regatta has released the official photos of the Regatta Royalty 2022. 
WINNERS! Four South Hams businesses are named the best in Devon at the Muddy Stilettos Awards 2022
Category: General News
Four South Hams businesses have won their Muddy Stilettos categories and been named the best in Devon.
New electric car charging points in Dartmouth "are a step on the road to net zero"
Category: General News
The first of 80 new Electric Vehicle (EV) charge points planned for 38 public car parks across Devon are now ready for public use...
Sculpture symbolising the pandemic lockdown has been unveiled in Totnes
Category: General News
A new sculpture symbolising the impact of the Covid pandemic and lockdowns has been unveiled in Totnes’ Lamb Garden.