Fire involving caravans and buildings, Netherton, Dudley

Fire crews from several Black Country fire stations at the scene of the incident



Published on 31 May 2023
This incident is closed
Crews attended in under 4 minutes

Wharf Mews, Dudley, UK

At 1.15pm on Wednesday (31 May) we started to receive several 999 calls to a fire involving two caravans, a factory and two-storey residential property in Wharf Mews, Netherton, Dudley.

There is damage to the roof space of both buildings.

Five fire engines, a 4x4 brigade response vehicle and a hydraulic aerial platform responded, crewed by around 30 firefighters from several Black Country fire stations.

A main jet and hose reel are in use, as crews work to contain the fire spread.

This is an ongoing incident.

This page will be updated with further updates below.

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Crews have made good progress at this incident.

A fire involving a caravan spread to two nearby buildings - one residential, the other a factory unit.

Three fire engines remain at the scene. Damping down continues, with a main jet and two hose reels.

There have been no casualties.

West Midlands Police, West Midlands Ambulance Service and its Hazardous Area Response Team (HART) have also been in attendance.


This incident has now closed.

Crews have now left the scene following close liaison with WMP, WMAS and the National Grid.

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