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Brighton man rescued after setting his supper on fire

The Argus: Brighton man rescued after setting his supper on fire Brighton man rescued after setting his supper on fire

A man had to be rescued after setting his supper on fire.

Emergency crews were called to Gladstone Terrace, Brighton, shortly after 9pm on Saturday night (March 8).

He had been cooking using a pan when his food set on fire, filling the property with smoke.

Firefighters from Preston Circus station used breathing masks and hose reels to extinguish the blaze before handing the man over to paramedics.

His injuries are not thought to be serious.

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10:49am Sun 9 Mar 14

getThisCoalitionOut says...

Argus reporters - stop using a foreign fire engine for your useless photos, better to have no photo at all.
Argus reporters - stop using a foreign fire engine for your useless photos, better to have no photo at all. getThisCoalitionOut
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11:09am Sun 9 Mar 14

scuba1 says...

Who uses the word ' supper' ?!! Glad all is well though .
Who uses the word ' supper' ?!! Glad all is well though . scuba1
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5:10pm Sun 9 Mar 14

Brightonian in Germany says...

getThisCoalitionOut wrote:
Argus reporters - stop using a foreign fire engine for your useless photos, better to have no photo at all.
So what is foreign about the fire engine? I was under the impression that Dennis is a British firm. Maybe things have changed whilst I have not been around.
[quote][p][bold]getThisCoalitionOut[/bold] wrote: Argus reporters - stop using a foreign fire engine for your useless photos, better to have no photo at all.[/p][/quote]So what is foreign about the fire engine? I was under the impression that Dennis is a British firm. Maybe things have changed whilst I have not been around. Brightonian in Germany
  • Score: 1

8:14am Mon 10 Mar 14

gheese77 says...

Brightonian in Germany wrote:
getThisCoalitionOut wrote:
Argus reporters - stop using a foreign fire engine for your useless photos, better to have no photo at all.
So what is foreign about the fire engine? I was under the impression that Dennis is a British firm. Maybe things have changed whilst I have not been around.
Yesyou are correct, - it even has a UK number plate
[quote][p][bold]Brightonian in Germany[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]getThisCoalitionOut[/bold] wrote: Argus reporters - stop using a foreign fire engine for your useless photos, better to have no photo at all.[/p][/quote]So what is foreign about the fire engine? I was under the impression that Dennis is a British firm. Maybe things have changed whilst I have not been around.[/p][/quote]Yesyou are correct, - it even has a UK number plate gheese77
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