An elderly driver escaped with minor injuries when her car overturned following a collision in Newick yesterday.
Later in the day, at 5.55pm an Uckfield crew provided cover in Crowborough while their crews dealt with a serious accident on the Mayfield by-pass.
Other calls attended by Uckfield firefighters in the past fortnight included:
Saturday, January 2: An Uckfield crew was one of seven involved in fighting a fire in the kitchen and roof of the Brewers Arms pub in Vines Cross at 12.22pm. The towns Bulk Water Carrier also attended.
Sunday, January 3: Four crews including two from Uckfield and the Bulk Water Carrier fought a barn fire in Buxted at 4.15am. Relief crews continued work at the farm into the following day.
Monday, January 4: At 7.45pm two crews attended a fire call at a house in Framfield where firefighters wore breathing apparatus to deal with the fire involving an airing cupboard.
Tuesday, January 5: A call to a car fire in Fletching at 6.15am turned out to be a false alarm.
A call to a fire in the open at Newick at 4.10pm was found to involve newspapers that had been ignited deliberately.
At 5.45 an Uckfield crew joined crews from Crowborough to attend a ‘persons reported’ fire at a property in Crowborough.Firefighters wearing breathing apparatus to enter the building and a female occupant was passed into the care of Paramedics suffering from smoke inhalation.
Thursday, January 7: Uckfield and Crowborough crews were working together again at 8.35am when they were called to reports of a dog trapped in a van which was in a flooded river. The dog was rescued before the service arrived.
Sunday, January10: One crew attended a road accident involving five cars on the Tesco access road at 3.05pm. One person was taken to hospital by ambulance.
Monday, January 11: Crews from Uckfield and Lewes worked together at 11.35am at a serious road traffic collision at Sheffield Park. They used hydraulic rescue equipment to cut the male occupant free from a vehicle which had overturned into a ditch following a collision with another car. The man was taken to hospital by air ambulance with serious head injuries. See also: Serious crash at Sheffield Park
Tuesday, January12: Uckfield firefighters wore breathing apparatus to deal with a fire in the garage of a Waldron property at 3.30pm. A crew from Hailsham also attended.
Wednesday, January 13: A person was released from a broken down lift by firefighters at a block of flats in Uckfield at 4pm.
During the past fortnight Uckfield firefighters have also attended calls to fire alarms sounding in Halland.
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