Number of residents were taken to the hospital after fire in home in Whitley Bay.
Firefighters were called to put out the fire in the city. property on Belmont Avenue, around 9:34. on Sunday, April 24 and spent almost two hours fire fighting. Two people who lived in house were taken by ambulance to Northumbria Specialist Emergency Hospital in Cramlington with minor injuries.
The Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service confirmed that cause of in fire is under investigation. Four fire engines from Byker and Tynemouth were in presence at the time of the incident, and with Medics of the North-Eastern Ambulance and Gas Service board.
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A spokesman for the Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service said: “We have received a report. of a fire on Belmont Avenue, Whitley Bay at 9:30 am.
“Four instruments from Tynemouth and Byker were in attendance and profit on scene at 9.34. Northeast Ambulance visited and first help was provided on the spot. The injured were taken to the hospital in Cramlington. The stop message was at 11:15.”
A spokesman for the North Eastern Ambulance Service confirmed that two people were taken to the hospital.
“We got call on 999 at 9:35 am today at house fire in private the address on Belmont Avenue in Whitley Bay,” they said.
“We sent a hazardous area response team, an ambulance team and an officer. We took two patients to Cramlington Hospital. with minor injuries.”
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