Two fire strikes in Lancashire have passed without any major incidents.
Fire-fighters who are members of the Fire Brigades Union took strike action on Friday night and on Monday morning.
Friday’s strike started at 6.30pm and lasted until 11pm.
During the course of the action crews across the county dealt with 19 incidents including a handful of nuisance fires in areas including Preston and Lancaster.
There was also a road traffic collision in Ormskirk and a car fire in Morecambe.
Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service said that crews also attended several false alarms during the strike period but nothing that was malicious.
The second strike took place on Monday morning before 6am and 8am.
There were no incidents during the two hour period and 37 of the service’s 60 fire engines were fully operational during the two hours strike period.
The fire strikes were over a pensions row and took place nationally.
Ahead of the strike in Lancashire the fire service said that there was enough staff to maintain emergency cover but the public was urged to take extra care.
There was also a strike in the county in mid October and one other was called off.
Steve Harman, Fire Brigades Union secretary for Lancashire said: “It went as well as we could have hoped for.
“We will continue to support the dispute until the government actually makes changes that will ensure pensions survive.
“It will run until the government decides to start respecting fire-fighters.”