FIREFIGHTERS have been tackling three different fires in Slough and Wexham in the past week.

Yesterday (June 22) the Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service crew from Langley fire station were call to a fire in the open on Church Lane, Wexham, at 5.16am.

A tree was in flames in the back garden of a domestic property.

The crew were on the scene for around one hour and 27 minutes.

Last week, on June 14, crews received reports of a fire at a property in Goodman Park at 6.06am.

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Crews from Slough Fire Station, Langley and Windsor fire stations were sent to the scene, as well as the Incident Command Unit from Maidenhead Fire Station and one RBFRS Officer. 

They confirmed a fire affecting the converted roof space of a terraced building. 

Two firefighters tackled the flames using a hose reel and a hydrant and were on the scene for around one hour and 25 minutes.

And on Thursday, June 16, the rescue service was also called to a domestic property on fire on Bath Road at around 1pm.

The team confirmed a fire in the first-floor kitchen of a block of flats. 

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Two firefighters put out the fire with a hose reel before using a large fan to clear the remaining smoke.   

Crews were on the scene for around 37 minutes.