Four dogs and a cat were rescued from a house fire with the property being ‘severely damaged’ in Great Kimble.

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Three fire engines from Aylesbury Fire Station, two from High Wycombe Fire Station, one from Amersham Fire Station, and one from Maidenhead Fire Station, all attended the scene on Risborough Road on Monday, January 4 at around 6pm.

Three police officers along with the Oxford Emergency Response Crew from the British Red Cross attended the blaze.

Firefighters used two main jets, breathing apparatus, a turntable ladder, ladders, and thermal imaging cameras and rescued four dogs and a cat from the blaze.

Bucks Fire Rescue also confirmed that ‘everyone was safely out of the two-storey detached house.’

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Following the fire, relief crews from Princes Risborough and Beaconsfield attended the scene.

The animals, as well as the people, were not injured.