Fire in Beeston attic flat

Fire crews attended a house in Westbourne Street, Beeston in the early hours of this morning (7 May 2021) after receiving reports of flames coming out of the roof.

The fire was in the attic of the terraced house which has been converted into four flats. All the occupants were accounted for and there were no injuries to anyone.

Three fire engines attended, two from Hunslet and one from Leeds (Kirkstall Road), along with the Aerial Ladder Platform (ALP) from Leeds with it’s support pump. Four sets of breathing apparatus, two hose reels and a positive pressure ventilation fan where used to extinguish the fire.

Smoke detectors were fitted in the property but did not activate. A specialist Fire Investigation Officer is on scene to try and ascertain the cause of fire.


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One Reply to “Fire in Beeston attic flat”

  1. What’s the area coming to, it used to be a lovely place to live. Theres been loads of trouble round there recently. This fires just another strain on our community.
    I saw three police officers go in and save a man on the middle floor who was trapped before the fire service arrived.
    The top floor was on fire and they put this guys door in and dragged him out before his floor went up.
    Terrifying stuff it could have been my home.

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