West Midlands Fire Service attended the most incidents on Saturdays at 6pm during the last two years. Recent data released by the organization shows that from a total of more than 25,000 incidents registered, you are more likely to report one in that time and day of week.
In total, during 2020 and 2021, 3,764 incidents were reported on Saturdays. The next day with more incidents registered are Sundays, with a total of 3,751. The rest of the weekdays are below 3,600 incidents (being Thursday on 3,606).
Also, the time on Saturday in which the fire service was solicited the most was between 6:00 pm and 7:00 pm. This happened 278 times throughout the last two years. The same happened on Sundays, where the hour where the most incidents were registered is also between 6:00 pm and 7:00 pm. The total for that day, during 2020 and 2021 is of 293.
The data indicates that during the last two years, people in the West Midlands had more incidents reported on weekend afternoons, whether they are false alarms or real emergencies.
During that specific times and days, the West Midlands Fire Service also shows that the most common incident is false alarms regarding equipment usage, with a total of 108 times happening. False alarmes raised with good intent are next on the top incidents, with 106, meaning that the fire service spends most of its resources during its peak hour in false alarms.