RE: FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000 REQUEST
West Midlands Fire Service has now completed its search for the information requested on 6th September 2019
Please find below a summary of our findings.
- The total number of 999 calls received by the fire department between 1st November and 8th November?
- The number of 999 calls received by the fire department to extinguish house fires (in houses, flats, apartments or social housing) on ‘Guy Fawkes Night’ (5th November)?
- The number of 999 calls received by the fire department to extinguish home-made bonfires (i.e constructed and lit by residents) which have got out of control or are dangerous, between 1st November and 8th November?
- The number of 999 calls received to extinguish fires started by sparklers on 5th November?
- The number 999 calls received by the fire department for fire incidents which were caused by fireworks, on 5th November?
- The total number of calls received to extinguish fires in the month of November?
Please see attached.
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