A fireplace broke out at Inchcape JLR Preston on Friday (seventh April) night, inflicting intensive injury to a bit to the constructing.
At round 1AM ten fireplace engines from Fulwood, Preston, Penwortham, Bamber Bridge, Longridge, Darwen, Blackburn, Hyndburn, and Chorley, along with two aerial ladder platforms from Preston and Hyndburn, attended the dealership on Bluebell Method, Preston.
No accidents had been reported. Lancashire Hearth & Rescue reported that its firefighters used two fourteen respiration equipment, two hose reels, and two jets to extinguish the fireplace.
A spokesperson for Inchcape stated: “We’re very glad that each one our colleagues and the broader group are protected, and nobody was damage within the fireplace that broke out at our Inchcape Jaguar Land Rover operation in Preston in a single day.
“We wish to thank the emergency providers and the assorted assist companies for his or her onerous work and dedication in serving to comprise the injury.