Fire services rushed to a house fire in Radlett in the early hours of this morning (Monday, February 7).
Multiple fire service crews tackled a blaze within the roof space of a two-storey detached properly on Meadow Mead Road in Radlett. The fire took just under two hours to put out and emergency crews remained at the scene until the early hours of the morning.
A spokesperson for Hertfordshire Fire Control told RadlettNews: “Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service was called at 00.48am this morning to a report of a house fire in Meadow Mead, Radlett.
“Fire engines from Watford, Garston, Borehamwood and St Albans fire stations were sent to the scene. On arrival, crews found a fire in the roof space of a two-storey detached property.
“Firefighters tackled the fire using three hoses, a covering jet and the aerial ladder platform from Watford fire station. The fire was put out by 2.40am, and crews remained at the scene for around another hour to make the building as secure as possible and help salvage the contents.”