Fire crew called to Accrington

FIRE crews were called Accrington Police Station in Spring Gardens on Monday after a smell of burning was reported.

Firefighters arrived at about 5.30pm and discovered a faulty light fitting. They ensured a working replacement was installed.

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6:46pm Wed 1 Jan 14

3 for 10p says...

Is this another non story instigated by the fire brigade to justify there full time position, when it should be part time only service.
Did anyone notice the other day when the low life went on strike at the moment when they could be needed most, no thought not.
So I will leave you with my favorite.

Hey what is the difference between the long term unemployed and a fireman. ?
The fireman costs us tax payers much more money.
Is this another non story instigated by the fire brigade to justify there full time position, when it should be part time only service. Did anyone notice the other day when the low life went on strike at the moment when they could be needed most, no thought not. So I will leave you with my favorite. Hey what is the difference between the long term unemployed and a fireman. ? The fireman costs us tax payers much more money. 3 for 10p

7:27pm Wed 1 Jan 14

Rich Riley says...

3 for 10p wrote:
Is this another non story instigated by the fire brigade to justify there full time position, when it should be part time only service.
Did anyone notice the other day when the low life went on strike at the moment when they could be needed most, no thought not.
So I will leave you with my favorite.

Hey what is the difference between the long term unemployed and a fireman. ?
The fireman costs us tax payers much more money.
I've been saying it for years, they no longer need to be a full time service.
[quote][p][bold]3 for 10p[/bold] wrote: Is this another non story instigated by the fire brigade to justify there full time position, when it should be part time only service. Did anyone notice the other day when the low life went on strike at the moment when they could be needed most, no thought not. So I will leave you with my favorite. Hey what is the difference between the long term unemployed and a fireman. ? The fireman costs us tax payers much more money.[/p][/quote]I've been saying it for years, they no longer need to be a full time service. Rich Riley

11:35am Thu 2 Jan 14

baldy999 says...

3 for 10p wrote:
Is this another non story instigated by the fire brigade to justify there full time position, when it should be part time only service.
Did anyone notice the other day when the low life went on strike at the moment when they could be needed most, no thought not.
So I will leave you with my favorite.

Hey what is the difference between the long term unemployed and a fireman. ?
The fireman costs us tax payers much more money.
*their *firefighters *favourite
[quote][p][bold]3 for 10p[/bold] wrote: Is this another non story instigated by the fire brigade to justify there full time position, when it should be part time only service. Did anyone notice the other day when the low life went on strike at the moment when they could be needed most, no thought not. So I will leave you with my favorite. Hey what is the difference between the long term unemployed and a fireman. ? The fireman costs us tax payers much more money.[/p][/quote]*their *firefighters *favourite baldy999

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