The Service was called at 04.38 on the morning of 29 November 2014 to reports of a kitchen fire.
Crews from Preston Circus and Roedean attended an address on Meeting House Lane.
They tackled a fire in a third floor kitchen using breathing apparatus and a hose reel.
Later that day at 17.50, crews attended an address in Ladies Mile Road in Brighton. There had been a small fire in a kitchen at a flat which was out on arrival.
The following day, East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service was called to reports of a kitchen fire in Lewes at 17.09 (30 November 2014).
Crews from Barcombe and Lewes attended an address on St Johns Terrace.
They again used breathing apparatus and a hose reel jet to put the fire out.
Cooking safety advice
There are several things you can do to prevent fires in the kitchen.
- Make sure you don't get distracted when you are cooking
- Take pans off the heat or turn the heat down if you're called away from the cooker, eg by a phone call
- Take care if you're wearing loose clothing as it can catch fire easily
- Don't cook if you have been drinking alcohol or taken prescription drugs - you may get drowsy or lose concentration