Wild winds cause fire crew call outs
6:10pm Monday 30th April 2012 in News
Wild winds around Pembrokeshire have caused several emergency services call outs over the past two days.
On Sunday firefighters from St Davids received reports of an unsafe structure at New Street.
A shed roof at the property had come off in the strong winds.
The city’s fire crew made the building safe, remaining at the scene for 30 minutes.
Later that day they were called to St David’s Cathedral, where lead from the roof was in a precarious position due to the gales.
They used an extension ladder to get to the roof and spent 45 minutes making the area safe.
This morning (Monday) Narberth fire appliance was called to an unstable television aerial in Kilgetty.
They removed the device from the property, taking around 20 minutes to do so.