Firefighters have been injured after their fire engine crashed while responding to a 999 call.
Emergency services are working to free them, although it's not known how many are trapped at this stage.
Two air ambulances, two ambulances and eight fire engines are at the scene in Headley Road, Grayshott in Hampshire.
More details to follow.
Firefighters are to go on strike, from this evening, for four days in a bitter ongoing row with the Government over pensions.
They're set to walk out from six o'clock this Hallowe'en evening, until next Tuesday. Contingency plans are in place. Managers say they've hired in contract staff to cover but this is one of the busiest weekends of the year with bonfires and firework displays.
Firefighters in Berkshire only received one call during its two houre strike this lunchtime.
The Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service joined fire services in industrial action over pensions between midday and 2pm today. During that time, the service received one call regarding a domestic automated fire alarm, but firefighters didn't need to attend.
The next strike period runs from 10.59 pm until 11.59 pm tonight and this pattern will continue every day up to and including 16 August.
Firefighters across the south will launch a fresh wave of strikes today in a bitter row with the Government over pensions, with no sign of a breakthrough in the long running dispute.
Members of the Fire Brigades Union will walk out for two hours at noon and again for an hour at 11pm. Strikes will be held for the same times over the next eight days.
Fire brigades will again put contingency plans in place, including using contract staff. Fewer fire engines will be available during the action.
The union has been campaigning for the past few years against controversial Government plans to change pensions. The FBU claims firefighters will have to work longer and receive lower pensions when they retire. The union accused the Government of "walking away" from talks earlier this week.
Firefighters across the south will go on strike today in a long running row over pensions.
Members of the Fire Brigades Union will walk out from midday until 5pm.
The strike will continue over the weekend.
The Isle of Wight Fire and Rescue Service is holding information sessions for anyone interested in becoming a retained firefighter.Sessions are being held at Ryde Fire Station on Saturday 22 March at 10.30am and on Tuesday 25 March from 6.30pm.
The service is looking for committed individuals who want to work as part of a dedicated and friendly team providing an important service to the local community. You must be over 18 years of age, be physically fit and possess good communication skills.
Your current employer must sign a consent form allowing you to leave your workplace at any time for operational reasons, and you need to live close to your local fire station.Although no formal qualifications are required, a good standard of literacy and numeracy will need to be demonstrated.
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Wiltshire Fire Service have said that during the strike that took place last night there were two calls of false alarm and a co-responder call.
The strike took place between 6.30pm and 12.30am on New Year's Day and further industrial action is planned for Friday 3rd January for 6.30am to 8.30am.
Firefighters in Sussex turned out to reports of fire in Haywards Heath last night despite the strike over pensions.
Appliances were called to a kitchen fire in Roundwood Lane and then immediately went to distinguish a roof fire in Haywards Heath.
Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service is again reminding people to ‘take extra care’ when firefighters go out on strike on New Year’s Eve.
The dispute between the Fire Brigades’ Union and the Government is over pension reforms, firefighters will be walking out for six hours from 6.30pm on 31 December.
A further strike has been called for two hours from 6.30am on the morning of 3 January.
New Year’s Eve is a time when people want to celebrate, so we would urge everyone to have a good time but to also take extra care when they’re out and about. Because of the strike, we will have reduced resources available but we are ensuring that we maintain cover to the best of our ability. People should still call 999 if they have an emergency – we will attend, but it may take us a little longer than usual to arrive.”