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Incident Summary Day Shift 29th October

29th October 2018

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.

 07:29 Scarborough

 False alarm caused by fault on the system

07:49 Wetherby

Crews attended a two vehicle road traffic collision. One person was extricated from one of the vehicles and taken to hospital

08:52 Settle
Crews attended a chimney fire which was confined to the flue. Crews used a ladder, working at height equipment, thermal imaging camera and a chimney kit. The cause is believed to have been a birds nest in the chimney

10:10 York
False alarm caused by cooking fumes

12:24 Selby
Crews attended a fire in a property, where trays were left on top on a hob that was left on. The fire was out on the arrival of the Selby crew and caused 5% heat damage to a work top.

12:35 Kirby Sigston
Crews from Northallerton, Stokesley, Thirsk, Masham and Ripon along with the aerial ladder platform from Harrogate and water bowser from Boroughbridge attended a fire in an industrial unit. Crews used three main jets, 2 ground monitors, and a hose reel jet to fight the fire. the fire caused 100% fire damage to the workshop, the cause is believed to be sparks from welding.

12:49 Ripon
False alarm caused by cooking fumes

16:35 Whitby
False alarm due to testing of the system

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