BFRS rescue woman in Pembroke house fire

At 10.22 a.m. on Sunday, February 4th, 2024, a call for service came into the Bermuda Fire & Rescue Service Dispatch call centre requesting assistance at a residence on Euclid Avenue in Pembroke.

Fire Service vehicles from the Hamilton Station and Port Royal Station promptly responded.


Upon arrival, Firefighters found smoke issuing from the residence and had to use an extension ladder to rescue a female occupant on the second floor.


The occupant, who had sustained minor injuries and smoke inhalation, was transported to the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance.


Five BFRS vehicles and 11 personnel were dispatched in response to this incident and worked tirelessly to ensure the safety of the surrounding area.


Further damage and injuries were prevented thanks to the quick and efficient response by the BFRS.


The cause of the fire is currently under investigation.

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