Fire service called to fibreglass cladding hanging from roof in Shoreham

The fire service was called to an address in Shoreham this morning (Sunday, November 28) as fibreglass cladding was hanging from the roof.

Sunday, 28th November 2021, 12:31 pm
Updated Sunday, 28th November 2021, 2:42 pm

A West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said they were called to the three-storey building in Broad Reach at 9.52am.

The spokesperson added, “Firefighters attended and replaced the cladding and carried out an assessment of neighbouring property roofs before leaving at 10.51am.”

The fire service also attended a property on the A259 and replaced the cladding hanging from the top of the building.

The fire service was called to the three-storey building in Broad Reach, Shoreham at 9.52am this morning (Sunday, November 28). Picture from Eddie Mitchell SUS-211128-120857001
The fire service was called to the three-storey building in Broad Reach, Shoreham at 9.52am this morning (Sunday, November 28). Picture from Eddie Mitchell SUS-211128-120846001
Firefighters also attended a property on the A259. Picture from Eddie Mitchell SUS-211128-143733001
Firefighters also attended a property on the A259. Picture from Eddie Mitchell SUS-211128-143743001