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Kent Fire and Rescue Service attends a range of incidents including fires, road crashes, flooding, rescues from height, mud or confined spaces. It also supports other agencies including Kent Police and South East Coast Ambulance Service on a regular basis.

The incidents shown on this page are just a sample of those which may be of interest to the public and media.

Incident
Man released from car after crashing into pub in New Romney
Incident details
Kent Fire and Rescue Service was called to a car that had crashed into a pub in High Street, New Romney. Firefighters worked with other emergency servces at the scene and together with paramedics assessed the driver of the vehicle, a man in his late 20s, before he was cut free by crews using hydraulic cutting gear. The driver was transferred to an ambulance and taken to hospital. Firefighters also assisted paramedics in treating three other male casualties at the scene. Crews made the scene safe.
Start date and time
24/11/2017 21:53
Stop date and time
24/11/2017 23:44
High Street
New Romney
Kent
TN28
United Kingdom
Number of fire engines
3
Equipment
  • Rescue - Jaws of life/hyrdraulic spreaders/rams/cutting tools
  • Rescue - Heavy rescue equipment (breaching/breaking)
  • Medical - First aid kit
  • Medical - Oxygen therapy
  • Access - Small tools
Partner agencies
  • Kent Police
  • South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb)
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