Incident - 'Property Fire' Mitchell Street , Hartlepool

Lewis Firth made this Freedom of Information request to Cleveland Fire Brigade

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Dear Cleveland Fire Brigade,
I am Writing to you regarding a specific incident, This incident is listed to have occurred on the 19/06/22 at Mitchell Street in Hartlepool. This is on your public page on your website which can be found here: https://www.clevelandfire.gov.uk/about/n...

I would like to know the following:

1. How many appliances attended from each station with fleet numbers
2. What was the cost of the response
3. What was the response time for all stations from listing as 'Responding' to 'On scene'
4. How many Full time firefighters were used, and how many Retained Firefighters were used and from which stations?
5. Was an officer Car in attendance if so, What Make and Model of the vehicle was used?
6. Were any Breathing apparatus used? If so how many?
7. What Appliance was last to leave call?
8. Please provide Call signs

Yours faithfully,

Lewis Firth

Info, Cleveland Fire Brigade

Dear Lewis Firth,

Your request for information has been received and will be dealt with, within the statutory timescales.

Kind Regards
Freedom of Information Officer
Cleveland Fire Brigade
Training & Administration Hub
Endeavour House
Queens Meadow Business Park
Hartlepool
TS25 5TH
01429 872311

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