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We responded to 129,553 incidents in 2019-20. Below are just some of the incidents we're responding to.

For all life threatening emergencies, call Triple Zero (000)

The incidents displayed below are note-worthy incidents that have been published as media alerts or tweets from 11 Jul 2021 to 17 Jul 2021. Details about incidents may change and should not be used as emergency information and/or advice.

During this week, we responded to:

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2069
Total Incidents*

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284
Community Engagements

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195
Fires

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222
Rescues

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53
Hazmat Incidents

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58
Medical Incidents

* Total incidents include AFAs and False Alarms. These incident totals may differ from official reported figures.

Race Car Workshop Fire - Chester Hill

Just before 7:30 pm last night, Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) were responded to a domestic garage fire. Upon arrival, firefighters were confronted with large volumes of toxic smoke and residents attempting to extinguish the fire. FRNSW and NSW Police worked to evacuate nearby houses. The garage was used as a race...
Read more about the Race Car Workshop Fire at Chester Hill.
07:26pm • Jul 16, 2021

Just before 7:30 pm last night, Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) were responded to a domestic garage fire. Upon arrival, firefighters were confronted with large volumes of toxic smoke and residents attempting to extinguish the fire. FRNSW and NSW Police worked to evacuate nearby houses. The garage was used as a race... Read more about the Race Car Workshop Fire at Chester Hill.
07:26pm • Jul 16, 2021

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