Yesterday at 15:08 firefighters were called to a fire in an agricultural building measuring 100m by 50m which had several agricultural vehicles and livestock inside, on Seaville, Silloth.
A spokesperson for Cumbria Fire and Rescue said, “Crews, two wearing breathing apparatus, used a main jet, a foam system, a hose reel jet, a triple extension ladder, drag rakes and a thermal imaging camera to fight the fire.
“There were no reports of any injury to the livestock. Crews were at the scene for two hours.”
Help & Advice
Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service is heavily involved in the prevention of accidents, and particularly fires in the home. For help and advice, please visit the Cumbria Fire website.
Safe and Well Visit:
Safe and Well visits aim to help people live independently and deal with any potential fire hazards in their homes.
During the visit, Cumbria Fire will carry out a home fire safety assessment, where they can help you design a fire escape plan so that you and your family will know how to react and escape if you have a fire.
Where applicable, they might also fit a 10-year powered sealed cell smoke detector free of charge after delivery of fire safety information. Further fire safety information can be obtained by contacting 0800 358 4777.
- In an emergency, dial 999 and ask for the Fire Service.
Cumbria Fire can be contacted at:
Tel: 0300 303 8623 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday
Email: [email protected]