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Busy night for Medway firefighters called to Beaconsfield Road in Chatham, Lock Street in Gillingham and Middle Street in Brompton

01 June 2014
by Thom Morris

It was a busy night for firefighters from Medway with a fence on fire, a bike on fire and a clothes bank on fire.

Crews got a call at 9.45pm to reports that a fence was alight on Beaconsfield Road in Chatham.

The flames were quickly dealt with.

Library image.

Library image.

Just before 1am, crews were then called to Lock Street in Gillingham after a clothing bank had got up in flames.

The bank was filled with donated clothes and firefighters put out the blaze with a hose reel jet and a hydrant.

Finally, at 4.42am crews were called to Middle Street in Brompton after receiving a call that a motorbike was on fire.

It is believed to have been stolen and there was no one with the bike when firefighters arrived.

Police have been informed.

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