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Incident Summary Tuesday 10th July Night Shift

11th July 2018

Incident Summary Tuesday 10th July Night Shift

 Please see below a round up of incidents from Tuesday 10th July Night Shift

In order to ensure that people are not identifiable from our incident round-up, we will no longer be providing street names, for smaller towns and villages, where incidents have occurred.

Broughton Road, Skipton TOC: 18:04

One female was released from a lift after the doors would not open. A crew from Skipton used their lift keys and assisted the person out.

Huntington Road, York TOC: 18:15

A crew from York isolated a boiler that was faulty and leaking, affecting the electrics in the property. Crews gained access using a lock snapper and small tools. Advice was given to the occupier before leaving.

Grove Park Terrace, Harrogate TOC: 19:33

 A crew from Harrogate extinguished a fire to a shrubbery using a bucket of water. It is believed that the fire was started deliberately.

 Sutton – in –Craven, Keighley  TOC: 21:26

Two crews from Skipton went to reports of smoke coming from a residential property in Sutton-in-Craven. The crews arrived to find smoke coming from a bedroom. All persons were out of the property when the crews arrived and they discovered that the fire was out also. An inspection was carried out and some paper was found to have been burned. Advice was given to the occupier only.

Raincliff Woods, Throxenby TOC: 21:51

A crew from Scarborough discovered a camp fire that had been abandoned. The crews extinguished the fire using a knapsack sprayer and shovels.

Skip Bridge, Acomb TOC: 22:13

 A crew from Acomb went to reports of grass land on fire. The crew extinguished a fire that had spread across 10 square meters of grass using a hose reel jet.

Thrintoft, Northallerton TOC: 22:26

A horse became stuck in a drainage ditch. Crews from Northallerton attended and assisted the owner who was able to lead the horse out using a halter.

In addition to the above incidents our Fire crews attended automatic fire alarm calls in York, Harrogate and Skipton.  All were false alarms.

 

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