1 x fire engine with pump rescue ladder
1 x Tactical Response Vehicle
Lutterworth Fire and Rescue Station is strategically situated at the most southern part of the county, allowing our fully trained and experienced crews to attend a large number of vehicle based incidents on the M1, M6 and A14.
Lutterworth and the surrounding area is increasing in size, however with the very latest and well maintained firefighting and rescue equipment the crew are able to attend and deal with all types of rural, industrial and urban incidents too.
Our crews will often be called upon to assist our neighbouring counties as well as the police and ambulance service. Having additional resources based at Lutterworth maintains our ability to respond at any time.
Duty/Crewing at station
Wholetime (Day Crew) and On-Call
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A second hosereel is deployed by the pump operator at the instruction of the Incident Commander (in the white tabard) allowing for the two BA wearers to work simultaneously to resolve the incident quickly and get the motorway network back open.