SFRS attend flat fire in Aberdeen
27 May 2014
Three appliances were sent to the scene at Marywell Street in the city centre
Firefighters were called to deal with a fire at a flat in the Marywell Street area of Aberdeen in the early hours of this morning (27 May 2014).
Control received the call at 12.53am and dispatched two appliances from Central Fire Station and one from North Anderson Drive to the incident.
Upon arrival crews were faced with a fire in a flat on the top floor. Firefighters in breathing apparatus used one hosereel jet to extinguish the fire.
Crews then used a PPV (Positive Pressure Ventilation) fan to clear smoke logging from the property and a thermal imaging camera to check to any hot spots.
There was no one inside the property at the time of the fire and everyone from the flat was accounted for. The fire was out by 1.15am.
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