Cheshire news Firefighters battle blaze at farmer's field near Crewe MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - Three fire engines were in attendance for more than two hours
Breaking News ! Firefighters worked to put out a blaze for more than two hours at a farmers field near Crewe. The fire began in a large field off Nursey Road in Oakhanger yesterday (Tuesday, September 16). Three fire engines were called to the blaze shortly before 3.30pm which involved a large quantity of dry straw. Alsager Fire Station tweeted shortly after the incident and said around five acres of the hay field was alight when they arrived A Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: "There were multiple seats of fire.
. "Crews then damped down the area affected by the fire to make it safe. "A farmer used farming machinery to turn over the affected area."
The aftermath of the fire
Alsager Fire Station tweeted shortly after the incident and said around five acres of the hay field was alight when they arrived. Fire engines from Alsager and Crewe attended the incident.
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