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Firefighters from Nantwich and Crewe were called to an incident involving a 35ft collapsed garden wall.

No one was injured or trapped in the incident which happened along Underwood Lane in Crewe yesterday (June 21).

Crews were called out at around 8.30am to reports of an “unsafe structure”.

Cheshire Fire and Rescue said: “On arrival at the scene, the crews found that a 35ft long brick garden wall had collapsed onto the pavement.

“Firefighters used hand tools to remove the bricks and ensure nobody was trapped or injured.

“The crews were detained at the scene for around 50 minutes.”


  1. T.C says:

    35 feet long NOT high, fire engines for this ? really

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