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Fire crews tackle kitchen fire at Lymm


TWO fire crews were called out to tackle a kitchen fire at Lymm involving a toaster which is believed had been left too close to a hob.

The incident took place shortly after 6pm last night on Reddish Lane, Lymm, Warrington.
Crews from Birchwood and Irlam were dispatched to the scene and on arrival they found a small fire in the kitchen, which is believed to have been caused by a toaster accidentally being left close to the hob.
Two firefighters, wearing breathing apparatus, entered the building and used a one hose reel to extinguish the fire.
Crews then used a large fan to clear the smoke from the building.
Firefighters were in attendance for approximately ninety minutes.


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