Crews called out to rescue person trapped in vehicle, van fire, and kitchen fire in Rugby over the weekend

Fire crews and police officers attended
Fire crews and police officers attended

Crews were called to a vehicle fire in Pear Tree Way, Bilton, Rugby yesterday (Sunday).

As the van was in close proximity to the property, two fire engines from Rugby were sent.

Fire-fighters wearing breathing apparatus used a hose reel to extinguish the fire.

The property was not affected.

Warwickshire Police also attended the scene.

Two fire engines attended a second-floor flat fire in Alfred Green Close following a call on Saturday.

Fire-fighters had to break into the property following reports of smoke issuing from a window as there was nobody at the address.

The cause of the fire was food left on the hob.

Crews wearing breathing apparatus put the fire out using ladders and a hose reel.

They also used a specialist fan for removing smoke from the premises.

They were at the scene for an hour.

Two fire engines from Rugby Fire Station were called to a road traffic collision in Main Street, Newbold on Avon, Rugby.

A car had left the road and a person was trapped inside.

Crews used cutting equipment and hose reels to deal with the incident on May 15.

Police and ambulance crews were also in attendance.

Fire crews were on the scene for around one hour.