Firefighters attend a fire at Crawley House

FIREFIGHTERS dealt with a fire on the first floor and roof of a house.

The West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service dispatched three fire engines to Byrd Road in Crawley yesterday afternoon.

Firefighters were on site for around three hours to put out the fire.

A fire service spokesman said: “We were called at 4.34pm on Saturday 17 September with reports of a fire at a house on Byrd Road in Bewbush, Crawley.

“Joint Fire Control mobilized fire engines from Crawley, Horsham and Turners Hill along with the Incident Command Unit from Haywards Heath.

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“Upon arrival, responders found a fire on the ground floor and attic of the townhouse and firefighters with breathing apparatus quickly went to work to extinguish the blaze. They used three high-pressure hose reels and two nozzles to get the fire under control.

“Firefighters stayed on site, clipping and steaming and using a thermal imaging camera to ensure there were no further signs of fire.

“They left the scene just after 7:30 p.m. before returning at 9 p.m. to conduct another inspection, but no further action was required.” Firefighters attend a fire at Crawley House

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