Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service doused flames on a narrow boat in Slapton on the morning of April 18, while in the afternoon they stopped a vehicle fire in Ivinghoe from getting out of control.
A Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue spokeswoman said: “There were two incidents on April 18.
"One was a small fire in the chimney of a log burner on a narrow boat on Horton Wharf Road, Slapton which we were called to at 9.58am.
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"At 2.11pm the same day, Dunstable crews were called again to a small vehicle fire in the centre console of a car on Beacon Road, Ivinghoe.
"This was extinguished using buckets of water, a back-pack sprayer and a thermal imaging camera. Thankfully, no one was hurt at either incident.”