Firefighters from East Sussex Fire and rescue are scaling back their presence at the scene of a fire on Brunswick Terrace, Brighton and Hove.
They were called at 1.21pm today (28 July 2020) to reports of a fire in the cavity of a building.
A fire broke out in the cavity of a 5 floor domestic building.
At the height of the incident eight fire engines and the aerial ladder platform are in attendance. Crews used using 8 breathing apparatus, 3 hose reel, 1 main jet and a hydrant.
There are no reports of injuries.
Incident Commander Chris Baker said:
“Crews worked really hard to locate and extinguish the fire to stop it travelling further through the cavities of the building. They are now cutting away to ensure all hot spots are dealt with.”
At the height of the incident, eight fire engines, the aerial ladder platform and Control Unit were in attendance.
A multi-agency approach was taken with support from the HART team from SECamb.
Eight breathing apparatus, 3 hose reel, 1 main jet and 1 hydrant were used.
The cause is being investigated.
Photos used with permission of @andrewgardnr