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Great Missenden Station Blaze

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8:30am 12th August 2012

A man's been treated for breathing smoke after a fire at a Buckinghamshire train station.

Fire crews from High Wycombe were called at 5.34pm Station Approach in Great Missenden.

A fire had broken out in the single-storey wooden taxi-office by the station entrance.

Crews used one hose reel, a thermal imaging camera and a short extension ladder and gave oxygen to a man who was suffering from the effects of breathing in smoke.

Crews left the scene by 6.14pm.

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