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Incident summary Day shift 3rd September 2018

2nd September 2018

Incident Summary for Day Shift 3rd September 2018

Hunmanby, Filey

TOC: 10:25

Crew from Filey gained access to a domestic premises by use of a lock snapper to enable Ambulance entry to patient.

A170, near Wrelton.

TOC: 13:22

Crew from Kirkbymoorside extinguished burning clothing by the side of the road after it was reported that a burning washing machine had fallen from a van. The washing machine had appeared to have been put back into the van which then left the scene leaving the burning rags by the side of the carriageway which were extinguished by use of a hosereel.

Richmond

TOC: 14:43

Crew from Richmond extinguished a fire to a Ford Transit which caused extensive fire damage by use of a hosereel following an ignition caused by the spontaneous ignition of oily rags within.

Aldwark.

TOC: 15:36

Crew Acomb extinguished a fire to conifers at a domestic premises by use of a hosereel.

A19 Southbound, Thirsk.

TOC: 16:02

Crews from Thirsk and Northallerton responded to a RTC involving a car and a lorry. No persons trapped. Firecrews administered first aid for minor injuries in readiness for handover to Ambulance.

There has also been a significant amount of alarm activations to which firecrews have attended during the shift – activations being due to system faults, cooking fumes, residents smoking, builders dust  and power cuts.

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