This website works best using cookies which are currently blocked. Allow cookies? Allow More info

Listen to this page

Text size A A A Accessibility

Incident Summary - Night Shift Monday 24th September

25th September 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.

Incident Summary Monday 24th September Night Shift

Please see below a round up of incidents from Monday 24th September 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.

Tudor Road, York – time of call: 17.41

Acomb crew attended smoke issuing from a pavement grate. This was due to fire in underground electrical wiring. Crew cordoned off area until arrival of Northern Power Grid.

Gatherley Road, Brompton-on-Swale – time of call: 17.49

Appliances from Richmond, Northallerton and Darlington (Durham & Darlington Fire & Rescue) attended a combine harvester on fire. Crews used breathing apparatus, hose reel jets, main 45mm jet and small tools to extinguish the fire. The combine harvester suffered major fire damage and it is believed the fire was caused by a hydraulic and diesel leak.

 Guildhall, York – time of call: 18.08

York attended an 80 year old female who had fallen and was trapped inside her bathroom at a residential property. Crews gained access to the bathroom using small tools and handed the casualty over to paramedics for a precautionary check over.

 Milby Cut Track, Milby – time of call: 19.48 

An appliance from Boroughbridge attended an automatic fire alarm at a commercial premises, this turned out to be a false alarm caused by smoking materials.

 Leeds Road, Harrogate – time of call: 21.39

Harrogate were mobilised to a burst water pipe causing flooding inside a residential property that was affecting electrics. Crews isolated both the water & electric supplies and gave advice to the occupants.

 Poppleton – Time of call: 0523 hours

 A crew from Acomb and a support Officer have assisted maintenance staff at the railway station to move a broken boom that was overhanging the railway line. Crew used a triple extension ladder and lines to move the boom and equipment.

Back to news

Breaking news Rss
  • Tue 23 Oct
    Incident Summary Day Shift Tuesday 23rd October
  • Tue 23 Oct
    Incident Summary Night Shift Monday 22nd October
  • Mon 22 Oct
    Incident Summary Day Shift Monday 22nd October 2018
Wholetime firefighter recruitment
North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service have no immediate plans Read more
Retained (On Call) firefighter recruitment
What is a retained (on call) firefighter? Retained (on call) firefighters are Read more