Police alerted after fire at public toilets in Lymm


POLICE are investigating following a fire at public toilets near Lymm Dam.

At 18:09 two fire crews from Lymm and Greater Manchester were called to reports of a fire at the public toilets on Church Road near Lymm Dam.

A fire inside a public toilet was put out using water from a hose reel by firefighters. They used a thermal imaging camera to ensure the fire was fully extinguished and were in attendance for approximately 25 minutes. Cheshire Police also attended.
It follows on from reports of several nuisance fires in the area recently.

In another incident, earlier in the day, firefighters were alerted to reports of smoke coming from a vehicle near Lymm Truck Stop.
At 13:36 One fire engine from Lymm attended the scene off Cliff Lane.
Smoke coming from the engine compartment of a van on a service exit area was investigated by firefighters. They used a thermal imaging camera to check the vehicle and water from a hose reel to cool the engine.


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  1. The number of incidents happening at these public toilets is unacceptable they will be closed down like they were before if we don’t stop the individual s

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