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News about serious and dangerous situations in the Crowborough area involving the emergency services – fires, road traffic collisions, civil emergencies, severe weather warnings, natural disasters etc.

Woman hospitalised after dog attack

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A woman has suffered serious injuries after being attacked by a dog in Crowborough last night (Friday 3rd).
Crowborough Community Fire Station Beacon Road

Barn fire at Boar’s Head

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East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service were called just after 1pm today about a barn on fire at Eridge near Crowborough.

Woman seriously injured in A26 collision near Crowborough

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Police are appealing for witnesses to a single vehicle collision on the A26 near Crowborough in which a woman was seriously injured.
Police Accident sign

Appeal for witnesses following death of cyclist

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Sussex Police is appealing for witnesses regarding a fatal collision involving a cyclist on the B2188, between Lye Green and Groombridge.
Collision between a van and a car on A26 Eridge Road in Crowborough

Driver flown to London by air ambulance

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Emergency services were called this afternoon to reports of a serious collision involving a van and a car on the A26 Eridge Road, just north of Crowborough.

Fire service helping paramedic during crisis

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With the pressures on the NHS due to Covid-19, the fire service in East Sussex has seen a rise in calls to assist the ambulance service.
Police Accident sign

Fatal collision on the A26

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A man died in a collision on the A26 near Crowborough yesterday afternoon.
Sussex Police shield coloured.

Man dies after car collided with a wall in Crowborough

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Sussex Police are appealing for witnesses to a fatal collision on Rotherfield Road on Saturday evening.
Crowborough Community Fire Station

Crowborough to be designated as single appliance station

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Following yesterday's Fire Authority meeting, Crowborough Fire station is to be formally designated as single appliance station.
Fire appliances Crowborough Fire Station

Firefighters praised for rescue

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Crews from Uckfield and Crowborough animal rescue unit have been praised for rescuing two cows in trouble.