Published: January 12, 2009
Steam sighting prompts call-out for Burnham-On-Sea fire crews

A Burnham-On-Sea fire crewBurnham-On-Sea fire crews were called to Berrow on Monday afternoon (January 12th) after steam was seen billowing from a building.

The alarm was raised
at 3.22pm by a resident near to the building in Church House Road and two fire engines from Burnham were sent to investigate.

"A large amount of steam
had been seen emerging from a boiler pipe near the roof of the property, but the fire crews found no sign of any fire," spokesman Paul Slavin told Burnham-On-Sea.com. "This was a false alarm with good intent."

Meanwhile, fire crews were also called to Church Street in Highbridge at 8.30pm on Saturday evening after another false alarm.

 




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