LIGHT FITTING FIRE SPARKS CALL OUT TO ST MARY’S HOSPITAL

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Firefighters from 3 different stations were called to St Mary’s Hospital this morning (Friday).

The Isle of Wight Fire and Rescue Service responded to reports that a light fitting was smouldering in the maternity department at around 07:45.

The fire was deemed to be out upon arrival of crews, who ventilated the area.

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sharon

yawn!

Just Sayin’

3 fire engines for a f**king light bulb. REALLY.

Munch

Three fire engines for a small fire that could potentially be a inferno in a matter of minutes.The lives of staff patients and babys at risk .Now you know why they send three fire engines they call it persons reported

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