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Cirencester Fire

By TimMessanger  |  Posted: January 26, 2013

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At 17:13 hours this afternoon fire control took a call reporting a building on fire in Dyer Street, Cirencester.

Fire fighters from Cirencester community fire station attended the scene with Watch Commander Holland in charge.

The crews quickly confirmed that the fire was in the storeroom of a newsagents, they used one hose reel, two water extinguishers, two breathing aparatus and a positive pressure ventilation fan to clear the smoke. Two people were treated at the scene for smoke inhalation by Great Western Ambulance Service.

The fire fighters stayed at the scene for a one hour.

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  • eyeopener  |  January 27 2013, 2:11PM

    @ TimMessanger Tim this will never do! You have presented the salient facts in a succinct and coherent manner. I looked hard for any evidence of sensationalism and you didn't once mention that the fire engines were bright red, or sped to the blaze with "blues and twos." To cap it all you seem to have spelt all the words right. How do you expect anyone to mistake you for a TIG journalist, if you don't make a few mistakes along the way?

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