Posted: Sun 6th Jun 2021

Warning after fire crews attend Gresford property fire as ‘cooking left unattended’ for people living in or visiting the wrexham area

The North Wales Fire & Rescue Service have issued a warning this morning after a call out in the early hours of today.

They were called at 12.50am this morning to a property in Gresford.

Two appliances from Wrexham attended the fire and a man was assisted from the property by fire service personnel.

The cause of the fire was cooking left unattended.

Group Manager Jami Jennings said: “This incident highlights the consequences of leaving cooking unattended and the value of having a working smoke alarm in your property.”

“If you’d like a free safe and well check for your property, please call us on 0800 169 1234 between 9-5 Monday-Friday or fill in our online form:

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