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Incident Summary Day Shift Sunday 5th August 2018

4th August 2018

Incident Summary Sunday 5th August Day Shift

Please see below a round up of incidents from Sunday 5th August Day 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.

Scagglethorpe, Malton: TOC 09.05 

A crew from Malton attended a suspected leaking gas cylinder. On arrival crews found an empty cylinder with a sound of ‘hissing’ coming from a nearby leaking tap. No action taken by the fire brigade.

Flixton, Scarborough: TOC 09.56

Scarborough crew attended an industrial sized skip that was on fire. Owners had extinguished using a garden hose. Crews carried out an inspection and provided advice to the owners.

Arthington Showground: TOC 11.34

Harrogate crew were sent to reports of a fire in a field. This turned out to be controlled burning under supervision by a farmer, advice given by the crew.

Wilkinson Way, Strensall: TOC 13.50

Appliances from Huntington and York attended a residential fire alarm, this was caused by cooking left unattended. Fire was out on arrival and crews ventilated the property and provided advice to the occupant.

Moorgates Crossing, Goathland: TOC 13.58

 An appliance from our volunteer station at Goathland along with a crew from Whitby attended a lineside fire with 3 seats of fire measuring approx. 30 square metres each. Crews extinguished using knapsack sprayers.

Westfield Woods, York: TOC 14.46

An appliance from Huntington fire station attended a male youth who had climbed up a tree and was unable to get down. Crews used 1 triple extension ladder to rescue the child and gave him advice.

Nether Poppleton, York: TOC 14.56

Acomb and York attended a residential fire alarm, this was caused by cooking left unattended. Fire was out on arrival and provided advice to the occupants.

Spring Bank, Scarborough: TOC 15.42

2 x appliances from Scarborough attended a residential fire alarm, this was caused by cooking left unattended. Crews used a triple extension ladder to gain access and breathing apparatus to ventilate the property.

  

**North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service also attended a number of automatic fire alarms in the county in Ripon, Harrogate & Benningbrough. These all turned out to be false alarms.**

 

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