Since April 1st 2014 North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service's control room has dealt with a total of 8693 calls, generating 8084 incidents
- 1829 Fires
- 440 Rescues
- 757 Special service requests
- 4296 Miscellaneous incidents
- 737 Automatic Fire Alarms
‘Fires’ covers both deliberate and accidental fires. This would include chimney fires, house fires, vehicle fires, moors fires etc.
‘Rescues’ includes incidents such as animal rescues, lift rescues, cave rescues, collapsed buildings, water rescues, road traffic collisions where people are trapped etc.
‘Special service requests’ includes flooding, assisting other agencies, vehicles leaking fuel, people locked in/out of their vehicles or homes etc.
‘Miscellaneous’ includes incidents such as false alarms good intent, false alarms malicious and standbys where fire engines are sent to standby at other stations etc.
‘Automatic Fire Alarms’ includes commercial and residential fire alarms.
Last updated 27th Mar 2015