UPDATE: Man rescued from house fire in Chancery Lane, Parr

St Helens Star: Emergency services on the scene tonight (picture by Robbob) Emergency services on the scene tonight (picture by Robbob)

A MAN was being treated in hospital tonight after he was led from a house fire by a police community support officer.

The man had to be given oxygen by fire crews at the scene on Chancery Lane, Parr after smoke engulfed the living room.

Paramedics took him to hospital for further checks.

The ground floor living room was severely damaged by fire and the remainder of the property was severely damaged by smoke, said a Mersey Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson.

Fire crews from St Helens, Newton-le-Willows and Eccleston Fire Stations and the services Incident Management Team attended following the fire shortly after 6pm.

Home Fire safety checks were carried out on the adjacent properties.

St Helens Star:

St Helens Star:

  • Emergency services on the scene tonight (picture by Robbob)

 

 

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10:07pm Wed 9 Jul 14

barrie timpson says...

Ciggy or chip pan?
Ciggy or chip pan? barrie timpson
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10:34pm Wed 9 Jul 14

lawman2004 says...

I'll go with chip pan.....
I'll go with chip pan..... lawman2004
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9:25am Thu 10 Jul 14

frankly says...

agree... and maybe on something as well.. who knows
agree... and maybe on something as well.. who knows frankly
  • Score: -2

4:43pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Alder Hey Roader says...

"Fire crews from St Helens, Newton-le-Willows and Eccleston Fire Stations and the services Incident Management Team attended following the fire shortly after 6pm."

Did it really take this many people to sort this incident out?
Was it a quiet day and people wanted a run out?
"Fire crews from St Helens, Newton-le-Willows and Eccleston Fire Stations and the services Incident Management Team attended following the fire shortly after 6pm." Did it really take this many people to sort this incident out? Was it a quiet day and people wanted a run out? Alder Hey Roader
  • Score: -5

7:47pm Wed 16 Jul 14

kjd161 says...

Ciggy? Chip pan? Well that's him labelled then. Maybe physically disabled or learning disability person dependant on care in the community, eh? You never know do you. barrie and lawman.
Ciggy? Chip pan? Well that's him labelled then. Maybe physically disabled or learning disability person dependant on care in the community, eh? You never know do you. barrie and lawman. kjd161
  • Score: 0

7:15am Sun 20 Jul 14

jimstevo says...

Alder Hey Roader wrote:
"Fire crews from St Helens, Newton-le-Willows and Eccleston Fire Stations and the services Incident Management Team attended following the fire shortly after 6pm."

Did it really take this many people to sort this incident out?
Was it a quiet day and people wanted a run out?
Bet you would be grateful of 3 appliances turning up at your house if you had a fire! It is the standard turnout to a house fire when people are reported inside! It was a severe fire and how do know how many people are in the house unless it is searched?it could have been a family and even though there were 3 Fire Engines that is only 6 breathing apparatus wearers! What also needs to be done is stop the fire spreading to adjoining properties! By the way those 3 Fire Engines are the whole cover for the Borough of St Helens now,since Parr was reduced to one Pump! They were lucky that all three were available to attend this incident!What ever subject that appears on the Star,there are always moaners and smart arses posting there views with no knowledge of what actually happened!
[quote][p][bold]Alder Hey Roader[/bold] wrote: "Fire crews from St Helens, Newton-le-Willows and Eccleston Fire Stations and the services Incident Management Team attended following the fire shortly after 6pm." Did it really take this many people to sort this incident out? Was it a quiet day and people wanted a run out?[/p][/quote]Bet you would be grateful of 3 appliances turning up at your house if you had a fire! It is the standard turnout to a house fire when people are reported inside! It was a severe fire and how do know how many people are in the house unless it is searched?it could have been a family and even though there were 3 Fire Engines that is only 6 breathing apparatus wearers! What also needs to be done is stop the fire spreading to adjoining properties! By the way those 3 Fire Engines are the whole cover for the Borough of St Helens now,since Parr was reduced to one Pump! They were lucky that all three were available to attend this incident!What ever subject that appears on the Star,there are always moaners and smart arses posting there views with no knowledge of what actually happened! jimstevo
  • Score: 1

10:10am Sun 20 Jul 14

kjd161 says...

jimstevo wrote:
Alder Hey Roader wrote:
"Fire crews from St Helens, Newton-le-Willows and Eccleston Fire Stations and the services Incident Management Team attended following the fire shortly after 6pm."

Did it really take this many people to sort this incident out?
Was it a quiet day and people wanted a run out?
Bet you would be grateful of 3 appliances turning up at your house if you had a fire! It is the standard turnout to a house fire when people are reported inside! It was a severe fire and how do know how many people are in the house unless it is searched?it could have been a family and even though there were 3 Fire Engines that is only 6 breathing apparatus wearers! What also needs to be done is stop the fire spreading to adjoining properties! By the way those 3 Fire Engines are the whole cover for the Borough of St Helens now,since Parr was reduced to one Pump! They were lucky that all three were available to attend this incident!What ever subject that appears on the Star,there are always moaners and smart arses posting there views with no knowledge of what actually happened!
Dead right Jim. These people would find fault with anything. That's their only fun. Only happy when moaning.
[quote][p][bold]jimstevo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alder Hey Roader[/bold] wrote: "Fire crews from St Helens, Newton-le-Willows and Eccleston Fire Stations and the services Incident Management Team attended following the fire shortly after 6pm." Did it really take this many people to sort this incident out? Was it a quiet day and people wanted a run out?[/p][/quote]Bet you would be grateful of 3 appliances turning up at your house if you had a fire! It is the standard turnout to a house fire when people are reported inside! It was a severe fire and how do know how many people are in the house unless it is searched?it could have been a family and even though there were 3 Fire Engines that is only 6 breathing apparatus wearers! What also needs to be done is stop the fire spreading to adjoining properties! By the way those 3 Fire Engines are the whole cover for the Borough of St Helens now,since Parr was reduced to one Pump! They were lucky that all three were available to attend this incident!What ever subject that appears on the Star,there are always moaners and smart arses posting there views with no knowledge of what actually happened![/p][/quote]Dead right Jim. These people would find fault with anything. That's their only fun. Only happy when moaning. kjd161
  • Score: 1

10:45am Mon 21 Jul 14

jimstevo says...

kjd161 wrote:
jimstevo wrote:
Alder Hey Roader wrote:
"Fire crews from St Helens, Newton-le-Willows and Eccleston Fire Stations and the services Incident Management Team attended following the fire shortly after 6pm."

Did it really take this many people to sort this incident out?
Was it a quiet day and people wanted a run out?
Bet you would be grateful of 3 appliances turning up at your house if you had a fire! It is the standard turnout to a house fire when people are reported inside! It was a severe fire and how do know how many people are in the house unless it is searched?it could have been a family and even though there were 3 Fire Engines that is only 6 breathing apparatus wearers! What also needs to be done is stop the fire spreading to adjoining properties! By the way those 3 Fire Engines are the whole cover for the Borough of St Helens now,since Parr was reduced to one Pump! They were lucky that all three were available to attend this incident!What ever subject that appears on the Star,there are always moaners and smart arses posting there views with no knowledge of what actually happened!
Dead right Jim. These people would find fault with anything. That's their only fun. Only happy when moaning.
They also don't realise the pain they can cause families that are involved in these incidents,whether they be Fires or Road Crashes,by coming up with ignorant assumptions on the causes or the type of person involved!
I wonder how they would feel if one of their family members had a fire or a crash and people made stupid comments about them?
This Comments Page used to be a god place to debate things ,now it has been taken over by the "usual suspects" who hold court and make decisions on what ever subject arises in St Helens. Pity some of them didn't have the balls to stand for Election and put their views over to the Public of St Helens ,rather than trying to run the Town from the shelter of these Forums!
[quote][p][bold]kjd161[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jimstevo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alder Hey Roader[/bold] wrote: "Fire crews from St Helens, Newton-le-Willows and Eccleston Fire Stations and the services Incident Management Team attended following the fire shortly after 6pm." Did it really take this many people to sort this incident out? Was it a quiet day and people wanted a run out?[/p][/quote]Bet you would be grateful of 3 appliances turning up at your house if you had a fire! It is the standard turnout to a house fire when people are reported inside! It was a severe fire and how do know how many people are in the house unless it is searched?it could have been a family and even though there were 3 Fire Engines that is only 6 breathing apparatus wearers! What also needs to be done is stop the fire spreading to adjoining properties! By the way those 3 Fire Engines are the whole cover for the Borough of St Helens now,since Parr was reduced to one Pump! They were lucky that all three were available to attend this incident!What ever subject that appears on the Star,there are always moaners and smart arses posting there views with no knowledge of what actually happened![/p][/quote]Dead right Jim. These people would find fault with anything. That's their only fun. Only happy when moaning.[/p][/quote]They also don't realise the pain they can cause families that are involved in these incidents,whether they be Fires or Road Crashes,by coming up with ignorant assumptions on the causes or the type of person involved! I wonder how they would feel if one of their family members had a fire or a crash and people made stupid comments about them? This Comments Page used to be a god place to debate things ,now it has been taken over by the "usual suspects" who hold court and make decisions on what ever subject arises in St Helens. Pity some of them didn't have the balls to stand for Election and put their views over to the Public of St Helens ,rather than trying to run the Town from the shelter of these Forums! jimstevo
  • Score: 0

10:48am Mon 21 Jul 14

jimstevo says...

Should have read "good place",it certainly isn't a "God place"! No compassion!
Should have read "good place",it certainly isn't a "God place"! No compassion! jimstevo
  • Score: 0
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