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Incident Summary - Day shift Wednesday 3rd January

3rd January 2018

Palace Road, Ripon - Time of call 10:06

Ripon Fire crews responded to reports of flooding inside a property, this was caused by a collapsed culvert. Water was not affecting the property so no further action was required

Road from Easingwold Bypass to New Road, Easingwold - Time of call 14:39

Easingwold and Thirsk crew responded to a small tractor fire inside a barn. Cause of fire is believed to be an electrical fault in the engine. Owner of car used four fire extinguishers before Fire Servoce arrived, however engine was still smouldering so crews used one hose reel to damp down. No damage to barn

Tollerton Road, Huby - Time of call 15:16

Huntington fire crews responded to reports of a car fire following a road traffic collision. No people were trapped or injured. There was no fire at the scene.

Mulgrave road, Whitby - Time of call 15:54

Whitby Fire crew responded to reports of a vehicle hanging precariously over a cliff edge over a footpath. Crews used vehicle winch to remove vehicle from dangerous position. Vehicle left with car owner.

Outgang Road, Malton - Time of call 17:01

Malton fire crews attended a transit van fire. crews extinguished fire using one hose reel jet and breathing apparatus.

In addition North Yorkshire Fire and Resceu Service responded to several automatic fire alarm activations - all were false alarms.

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