FIRE crews had a busy Bank Holiday weekend after tackling two house fires and multiple 'fires out in the open'.

Here is a round up of all the call outs Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service attended over the weekend.

On Sunday crews were called to a house fire in Northfield Street, Worcester, at midnight. All persons were accounted for and the fire was extinguished. The property was then ventilated and positive pressure ventilation was used to clear smoke logging.

Around 5pm crews attended a railway embankment fire near the A456 in Bewdley. The fire was approximately 300 square metres and was extinguished using one hose reel jet, beaters and small gear.

At 2pm there was a 'severe' fire in the kitchen of a ground floor flat in Poolbrook, Malvern. Fire crews from Worcester and Upton had to use six breathing apparatus, two hose reel jets and one covering jet to extinguish the flames. The property was then ventilated to clear 'significant smoke logging'.

On Saturday, crews were called to Leigh Sinton Road in Malvern at around 7pm. They used backpack extinguishers to put out a fire in the open consisting of undergrowth and pallets made into den.

At 6pm crews attended a fire in Bullock Lane, Stourport which involved hedgerow, small trees, and fenceposts. Crews used a fogging lance from an off-road firefighting vehicle to extinguish the flames.

At around 1pm a fire in the bushes in Checketts Lane, Worcester spread to soffit and fascia of a domestic premises. Worcester crews used one hose reel and a nine-metre ladder to extinguish, and a thermal imaging camera to check for internal fire spread.

Were you affected by any of the incidents?