Waiuku Volunteer Fire Brigade October report

The following are the days, where and why the Waiuku Volunteer Fire Brigade was called during the month of October 2017.

1 Nov – Court Street – MVA(Motor Vehicle Accident)
2 Nov – Boiler Gully Road – Roof lifting off house
4 Nov – Waiuku Road – MVA
5 Nov – Grahams Beach Road – Stood down
6 Nov – Ronald Ave – Medical
6 Nov – Kitchener Road – Petrol spillage
6 Nov – Waiuku Road – MVA
8 Nov – Kitchener Road – PFA ( Personal Fire Alarm)
8 Nov – Ripple Grove – Medical
9 Nov – Kitchener Road – PFA
9 Nov – Hamilton Road – Medical
9 Nov – King Street – Flooding
12 Nov – Awaroa Stream Road – Medical
13 Nov – Brookside Road – Oil spill
14 Nov – Karioitahi Road – MVA
15 Nov – Kemp Road – MVA
17 Nov – Waiuku Road – MVA
20 Nov – Beach Road – Rubbish
21 Nov – Holmes Road – Medical
22 Nov – Waitoa Street – Medical
23 Nov – Awhitu Road – MVA
24 Nov – Queen Street – MVA
27 Nov – Karioitahi Road – Rubbish
31 Nov – Otaua Road – Vegetation

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