Firefighters are once again warning of the importance of taking
care with electrical items after a family of five had a lucky
escape from a fire at their property in Flintshire.
The warning comes just over a month after two men lost their
lives in a fire in Llanrwst, which is thought to have started in a
tumble dryer, and a week after North Wales Fire and Rescue Service
supported a nation...
North Wales Fire and Rescue Service were called to a report of a
fire in a property on Sussex Street in Rhyl at 00.02am today,
Wednesday 19th November.
Crews from Rhyl used two sets of breathing apparatus and one
hose reel jet to enter the property.
Sadly, the body of a male was found in the property.
A joint investigation by North Wales Fire and Rescue Service and
Local youngsters took part in North Wales Fireand Rescue
Service's innovative Phoenix course last week.
The Phoenix project is a course designed to assist in
redirecting the energy of young people towards productive and
worthwhile activities that will assist in the
integration of the individuals with their peers and their
The course was held for pupils from Richard Gwyn High...
It is National Candle Safety Week this week and people across
North Wales are encouraged to take on board the advice.
Terry Williams, Head of Community Safety said: "People tend to
use candles more during the winter months and especially over the
Christmas period. Candles can be used in a number of different ways
such as a source of light, heat or just decoration but it is
important that people...