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London firefighter, Emily Butler, was at home at her family farm in Thursley when a local farmer called and said that flames were spreading towards their land. With nine years of experience and training under her belt, she went out to help.
Firefighters are urging London’s councils to ban the use of disposable barbecues in public spaces as they fear a spike in grass fires as people bask in temperatures hotter than Ibiza.
London Fire Brigade today celebrates International Women In Engineering Day 2020 with a call to women engineers, full or part-qualified, as well as women and girls interested in engineering, to join us.
As lockdown enters its 14th week, the Brigade is offering the nation a ten-week YouTube course on cooking nutritious, cheap and tasty meals.
A check up telephone call by Brigade staff turned into a life saving intervention when the resident suddenly became unresponsive while on the phone.
Four female colleagues at the Brigade are recognised for their exceptional leadership, innovation and for delivering on the Brigade’s commitment to diversity in 2020 Women In The Fire Service awards.
Firefighters are urging caution around water throughout the summer as figures reveal crews have attended more than 40 water-related incidents in London during lockdown.
Commissioner’s statement on the third anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire
Millions of lifesaving Personal Protective Equipment has been processed and delivered by Brigade staff to health and care workers combating COVID-19 across the capital.
As London prepares for what could be the hottest day of the year so far tomorrow, the Brigade is concerned that it could be a bumper day for grass fires as the dry weather continues.