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Incident Summary - Day Shift 29th June

29th June 2016

Incident Summary – Day Shift Wednesday 29th

A172, Great Busby, Nr Stokesley

Fire crews from Northallerton and Coulby Newham attended reports of a road traffic collision involving cars. Upon crews arrival they discovered 4 cars were involved with the incident but no persons were trapped. Fire crews worked alongside Police and Paramedics to assist with casualties and make scene safe.

Flamingoland, Kirby Misperton, Nr Pickering

Fire crews from Malton attended reports of a car fire at the entrance of Flamingoland. When crews arrived they investigated reports and were able to confirm the car was not on fire. Fumes from an oil leak that was dripping on the exhaust causing smoke was mistaken as a fire.  Advice was given to occupants. No further service from fire crews required  

Main Street, Tollerton

Fire crews from Easingwold attended a vehicle on fire at Tollerton. When crews arrived at scene they used a hose reel, breathing apparatus and thermal imaging camera to deal with incident. The owner of the vehicle had used a dry powder extinguisher on the fire prior to arrival of fire crew. The fire damage was confined to the engine compartment. It is believed to have started due to an electrical fault in the engine compartment.

Lowfields Farm, Nr Aldbrough (Boroughbridge)

Fire crews from Boroughbridge, Ripon, Knaresborough, Harrogate and 2 officers attended an agricultural building on fire. When crews arrived, they discovered an agricultural barn containing approx 200 bales of straw on fire. Hose reel jets in use dealing with fire. Incident is still on-going. 

 New Lane, Huntington

Fire crews from Huntington attended reports of an automatic fire alarm sounding at a residential premises. When crews arrived they carried out a full inspection of the property and were able to confirm there was no fire. Crews determined the alarm had sounded due to a fault on the system.

 Parliament Street, York

Fire crews from York attended a retail premises in York where the lift had become stuck with members of public in it. Crews attended and were able to release the occupants. Advice given to premises and lift engineers to attend.


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