Spate of house fires attended in one day
NORTH Wales Fire and Rescue Service was called to four separate house fires in North Wales in one day.
Shortly after 2pm on Saturday, crews from Blaenau Ffestiniog were called to a blaze at a house in Bro Prysor, Trawsfynydd following an electrical fault with a washing machine.
Nobody was injured as a result of the fire which had been put out before crews arrived. The kitchen appliance did suffer slight fire damage.
Two hours later, two fire engines from Pwllheli and Caernarfon were called to tackle a fire at a house in Mynytho, Pwllheli, after heat from an AGA cooker set fire to a kitchen cupboard. The house was completely smoke damage as a result.
Shortly before 4.45pm, crews from Abergele were then called to put out a fire at a house in Lon Garnedd, Abergele.
A spokesman said the fire started after cooking was left unattended in a microwave.
Then at 5.23pm, firefighters from Ruthin and Denbigh were called to a fire on Park Street in Denbigh after a washing machine and a tumble dryer went up in flames in an outbuilding. Both appliances were completely destroyed.
Nobody was seriously hurt in any of the incidents.