Time Incident Posted: 03:53

Incident Date: 29/05/2020

Incident Location: Herbert Street, Loughborough

Incident Number: 8810

Incident Type: Fire Domestic P2

Initial Emergency Call Received: 03:30

Fire and Rescue Service Vehicles Attended: 2 appliances from Loughborough and 1 appliance from East Leake

Officer(s) in Charge of Incident: Watch Manager

Time Incident Closed: 03:51

Damage: Small damage to hob and Light smoke damage to ground floor

Believed Cause: Fire caused by dog jumping up for food on top of hob. This has resulted in the dog accidentally turning on two rings of the hob.

Initial Information: Initial call received was to a domestic property full of smoke. All persons out of property and accounted for.
1 Dog and 1 Kitten still in property

Updated Incident Information: Semi Detached property, fire located in the Ground Floor Kitchen.
2 Breathing Apparatus and 1 Hose Reel Jet in use.
1 Dog rescued by Fire Service crews.
Positive Pressure Ventilation got to work.

1 Kitten also located and rescued by Fire Service.
Property is now ventilated and all Breathing Apparatus withdrawn

Public Statement Issued:


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