E-cigarette charge linked to Crewe house fire

Crewe Guardian: E-cigerette charge linked to Crewe house fire E-cigerette charge linked to Crewe house fire

A HOUSE fire in Crewe is believed to have been linked to the charging of an electronic cigarette.

Two fire engines attended the incident at an address in Yates Street at 6.03pm on Sunday, January 26.

Crews found a fire on the ground floor living room of a semi detached house in Crewe required firefighters to attend.

Four firefighters wearing breathing apparatus used two hose reel jets and one covering jet to extinguish the blaze.

A large fan was then use to remove smoke from the property and a thermal imaging camera was also used to check for further evidence of fire.

A spokesman for Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service said: “A fire investigation officer attended the incident which is thought to have been started accidentally and connected to the charging of an electronic cigarette.”

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