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Monday, 24 November 2014

Explosion and fire in Parry Lane, Bradford

Fire crews still in attendance this evening
FIREFIGHTERS and police are at the scene of an explosion and fire in Parry Lane, Bradford. Fire crews from Bradford and Cleckheaton have been dealing with the incident, which occurred at about 4.40pm today
Parry Lane was closed and remains closed in both directions between Neville Road and Bowling Back Lane. 



On attendance, it was found that part of the building had collapsed, causing two employees to be temporarily trapped.
The employees, two women aged 19 and 35, were taken to safety and treated for shock at the scene.
Search and Rescue dogs were deployed to the scene, as well as a structural engineer to assess the stability of the building.
A total of 40 people were led to safety from adjoining premises.
The cause of the explosion is still being investigated, but is not believed to be suspicious at this stage.
Fire crews are expected to remain at the scene overnight and the Health and Safety Executive has been informed.

Investigations into the incident are ongoing

Monday, 17 November 2014

Firefighters release Two men after Car and Bus collide in Bradford

Fire crews from Odsal, Bradford and the Technical Rescue Unit from Cleckheaton responded to the incident around 10pm on Friday night (14th November). This was a road traffic collision where a Volkswagen Golf had crashed into the rear of a stationary First bus outside Low Moor Surgery on Huddersfield road.


Low Moor, Bradford
Teamwork of Fire, Ambulance and Police in action at the scene
The car driver and front seat passenger were both injured and trapped in the front of the car. The Fire Service had to remove the top of the Golf in order to extricate the 2 males.
There were passengers getting onto the bus when the collision occurred but none of the 15 passengers nor the driver were seriously injured.


Crews in attendance on Huddersfield Road Low Moor
When the men were released they were taken to Bradford Royal Infirmary by ambulance. The road was closed for a short time whilst fire crews made the scene safe and Police conducted investigations.