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Fire on Cropwell Road

Posted by Ellie Watson on 09 May 2022

ℹ️ | 12:59 | We are currently in attendance at a house fire on Cropwell Road, Radcliffe on Trent, where the building is well alight.
Crews from London Road, West Bridgford, Eastwood, Newark and Bingham Fire Stations are working to extinguish the fire. We expect to be at the incident for some time.
We ask that members of the public avoid the area, and nearby residents keep their windows and doors closed. Cropwell Road between the A52 and A46 is currently closed.
ℹ️ | 16:30 | the fire has been mostly extinguished, with some areas of the roof space still alight.
A structural engineer is in attendance to make sure the building is safe to enter. Four crews remain at the scene, and Cropwell Road remains closed. Thank you for your patience.
ℹ️ | 18:30 | We are scaling down the incident on Cropwell Road, with three fire engines currently in attendance. Crews will be monitoring throughout the night.
Cropwell Road remains closed and is expected to open later this evening. A fire investigation has begun.
📺 Watch Group Manager Phil Revill discuss the incident on BBC East Midlands Today at 6:30pm.
Update: Tuesday 10 May
ℹ️ | 11:00 | We've now left the scene, after crews monitored overnight to ensure the fire was fully extinguished. Following a fire investigation, the cause of the fire has been deemed accidental. Thank you to members of the public for your patience while we worked to tackle the fire.