London firefighters have attended 1,262 fire related incidents at universities with over 90 per cent of them being false alarms
Children stuck in a bin, a toilet seat and even a ticket machine are just some of the more unusual jobs London’s firefighters have been called to
New aerial ladders that are more responsive to drive, faster to set up and with greater rescue capabilities are soon to hit the streets of London as the Brigade continues to improve its ability to deal with high rise incidents.
London Fire Brigade’s trio of four-legged fire investigators will be serving the capital for another year after passing their latest certification.
London’s firefighters and 999 Control Officers have had a busy few weeks as extreme weather has resulted in grass fires during heat waves and severe flooding caused by summer storms.
New figures from London Fire Brigade show the number of smoking-related fires in the home has increased by around 20 per cent since the UK lockdown was announced, despite it being reported that one million smokers in the UK have quit during the pandemic
A Salvation Army volunteer who has supported firefighters at incidents for more than 15 years has been awarded for his dedication
One of London Fire Brigade’s four-legged detectives with a nose for sniffing out the cause of fires is being sponsored by a law firm which specialises in claims for household appliance blazes.
A grieving son whose mum died after accidentally setting fire to herself while wearing an emollient cream is backing a campaign, launched today, to improve safety labelling on emollients and ensure people know how to use them safely.
London Fire Brigade has written to all major housing providers in the capital urging them to get plans in place ahead of new fire safety legislation coming into effect.