Last Saturday saw Police, ambulance and fire officers attend three separate incidents in the Parkes Shire.
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Parkes Fire and Rescue NSW, RFS crews, NSW Ambulance paramedics and officers from Central West Police District and Traffic and Highway Patrol Command were called to a truck rollover on Millers Lane, where thankfully no life-threatening injuries were reported.
RFS crews set up fire protection while Parkes Fire and Rescue worked on stopping a fuel leak.
A team from Parkes Shire Council were called in for traffic management while fire crews remained in attendance until Orange Heavy Towing could remove the truck.
Police and Fire and Rescue officers were called to a car fire in Grenfell Street.
Crews found a vehicle with fire engulfing the rear of the vehicle and in breathing apparatus got to work extinguishing the fire.
Officers from Central West Police District and NSW Ambulance paramedics were called to a house fire at a grain storage site on the Eugowra Road, Parkes.
On arrival, crews found a house that had suffered minor damage from an exhaust fan that had caught fire in the kitchen.
Thankfully the site manager was made aware of the incident quickly and extinguished the fire and evacuated all of the workers before crews arrived.
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