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Watch manager Paul Simmons, from Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service, was standing trial at Stafford Crown Court alongside Adrian Ashley, also a watch manager, and station manager Timothy Woodward.
Davey Veitch, watch manager at Stockton Fire Station, said: "It was a complicated job and took about an hour and a half to complete.
Despite an air, land and sea search involving rescue resources from throughout Wales and Ireland the five seafarers have not been located," said Ray Carson , the Holyhead Coastguard watch manager.
Community Achievement Awards were presented to Rugby watch manager Russell Ward for developing new initiatives for young people; Nuneaton crew manager Paul Whittaker for his commitment to targeting hard to reach communities and to Rugby firefighter Michelle Hickmott for completing a sign language qualification.
Watch Manager Carl Latimer presented West Walker Primary School's top artists, Katie Wallwork, Liam Johnston and Chelsea Howarth, with their certificates at a special assembly last week.
Watch Manager Dave Linsley, from Newcastle Community Fire Station, said: "The children would rather be at home over the Christmas period but our visits seem to boost their morale, especially when Santa makes a guest appearance to hand-deliver presents.
Portland Coastguard watch manager Maddy Davey said: "The man was posing for a photo while holding on to a tuft of grass at the top of the cliffs.
The incident was caused by food which had overcooked in a microwave in the ground floor kitchen, giving off thick smoke, said watch manager David Owens.