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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, South East Coast Ambulance Service and the Martime and Coastguard Agency 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.

IncidentIncident detailsStart date and timeStop date and timeNumber of fire engines
Crash on QEII Bridge Emergency services are currently attending a crash on the QEII Bridge (A282, Dartford Crossing). Lanes 1 and 2 are currently blocked and there is a rolling road block in lanes 3 and 4. Crews from...11/07/2017 11:3011/07/2017 12:070
Flooding - Tunbridge WellsFire officers have been sent to a number of weather-related flooding calls in the Tunbridge Wells area. Over 60 calls to 999 were received from various locations between 2.30am and 3.30am. Callers...19/07/2017 02:3019/07/2017 04:300
Firefighters rescue two dogs from embankment edge on Bluebell HillKent Fire and Rescue Service (KFRS) was called to Bluebell Hill, (Chatham) at around 10.40am after a woman reported that her two dogs had gone over the edge of an embankment. KFRS’ drone was...02/08/2017 10:3702/08/2017 13:120
Drone in Ashord areaKFRS has an launched unmanned aerial vehicle near Hanover Close, Ashford. If you have privacy concerns, contact us quoting incident 852010/08/2017 13:1710/08/2017 14:020
NotificationKent Fire and Rescue Service has launched a drone in the area of James Whatman Way as part of a training exercise. For privacy concerns contact KFRS quoting reference 1972.22/08/2017 14:30 0
NotificationKFRS has launched its unmanned aerial vehicle (drone) at Dunton Green. For privacy concerns contact us quoting reference 206223/09/2017 00:3023/09/2017 01:160
NotificationKFRS has launched its unmanned aerial vehicle at Holborough Lakes, Snodland. For privacy concerns contact us quoting reference 1811.20/09/2017 12:3020/09/2017 14:030
NotificationKent Fire and Rescue Service has launched its drone in the area of Loose Road, Maidstone. This is for routine training purposes only. 26/09/2017 14:3026/09/2017 16:000
Notification Kent Fire and Rescue Service has launched its unmanned aerial vehicle (drone) during a routine training excercise at Arlington House, Margate. If you have privacy concerns contact us quoting incident...27/09/2017 20:0527/09/2017 21:100
NotificationKFRS launched its drone for routine training purposes in Loose Road, Maidstone. Contact us for any privacy concerns.04/10/2017 11:0004/10/2017 12:000
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