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Incident Summary Day Shift Thursday 2nd February

2nd February 2017

 

Incident Summary Day Shift Thursday 2nd February

 

 

 

Eastfield Lane, Dunnington

 

TOC: 08:53

 

 

 

Crews from York were mobilised to a report of 2 cars believed to be deliberately dumped and set alight on a path way. 2 hose reels and 2 breathing apparatus were used to extinguish the vehicles, and incident left with Police.

 

 

 

Scarhouse Lane, Langthwaite

 

TOC: 13:51

 

 

 

Crews from Reeth were mobilised to a report of a fire alarm sounding. This was a false alarm due to dust in a detector head.

 

 

 

Market Place, Easingwold

 

TOC: 14:12

 

 

 

Crews from Acomb were mobilised to a water leak from a burst pipe in an office. Water was leaking through the ceiling and affecting electrics. Crews isolated water and gave advice.

 

 

 

Main Street, Lythe

 

TOC: 14:24

 

 

 

Crews from Lythe were mobilised to a report of a fire alarm sounding. This was a false alarm due to dust in a detector head.

 

 

 

Lancaster Park Road, Harrogate

 

TOC: 15:16

 

 

 

Crews from Harrogate were mobilised to a report of a fire alarm sounding. This was a false alarm due to a person mistaking a smell of burning from workmen for fire.

 

 

 

Ousegate, Selby

 

TOC: 15:39

 

 

 

Crews from Harrogate were mobilised to a report of a fire alarm sounding. This was a false alarm due to smoking.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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