“Appalling acts”: The ambulance service which deals with emergencies across Lincolnshire has condemned the number of assaults on its staff.
Thursday, November 19
Tuesday, November 10
Fire stats: More than two thirds of all accidental house fires in Lincolnshire were caused by electrical items in the last year, new figures have revealed.
Monday, November 9
Lucky escape: A Lincoln village couple have recounted how an electrical fault with their fridge-freezer turned into their “worst nightmare” when it started a fire in their home.
Monday, October 26
Be scary but safe: Watch a safety video by the county’s firefighters and trading standards officers highlighting how easily Halloween costumes can catch on fire.
Monday, October 12
Bigger and faster: Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance is getting a new helicopter next summer.
Thursday, September 24
Halloween fright night: A former Ministry of Defence site used as a fire training facility will be transformed into a Halloween zombie apocalypse.
Friday, September 18
Significant damage: Four crews from Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue were called out to a blaze at a home on the Birchwood estate in Lincoln overnight.
Tuesday, September 8
Bowing out: After 32 years of service and life-saving aid in national and international disasters, Lincolnshire’s Chief Fire Officer Dave Ramscar is retiring.
Severe fires: Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue attended two significant fires overnight in Lincoln, resulting in three people being taken to hospital for smoke inhalation.
Wednesday, August 26
Officially named: Lincolnshire Police have released the name of the 70-year-old woman who died following a house fire earlier this week.
Tuesday, August 25
Stolen items: Lincolnshire thieves stole potentially lifesaving equipment, a range of electronics, and fuel from ambulances in the past three years.
Monday, August 24
House fire: The body of a 70-year-old woman has been found after a fire at a house in a village near Lincoln.
Thursday, August 20
Be vigilant: Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue have issued fire safety guidance to homeowners following the death of a pet hamster in the county.
Tuesday, August 18
Invaluable experience: A new high-rise block of student flats in Lincoln hosted a large fire and rescue exercise, providing life-saving training.
Friday, August 14
Flash flooding: Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue had to pump water out of four flats on a busy Lincoln road after heavy overnight rain.