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Incident summary for North Yorkshire Fire nightshift 14 December 2017

14th December 2017

NEWS SUMMARY for NIGHTSHIFT 13 DECEMBER 2017

Automatic Fire Alarm – Netherdale, Pateley Bridge

Time of call: 17:42

An appliance from Summerbridge attended and confirmed this was a false alarm.

 Road Traffic Collision – A167, Croft on Tees

Time of call: 19:40

Appliances from Northallerton were mobilised to this incident but this incident was dealt with by the Police and no Fire service assistance was required.

 Road Traffic Collision – Easby Lane, Great Ayton

Time of call: 19:48

An appliance from Stokesley attended this incident and assisted with casualty care and dealt with a minor fuel spillage.

 Automatic Fire Alarm – Low Demesne Close, Ingleton

Time of call: 20:36

An appliance from Danby attended and confirmed this was a false alarm.

 Automatic Fire Alarm – Carmelite Street, York

Time of call: 20:59

An appliance from York attended and confirmed this was a false alarm.

 Automatic Fire Alarm – William Plows Avenue, York

Time of call: 21:45

An appliance from York attended and confirmed this was a false alarm.

 Road Traffic Collision – Yarm Lane, Great Ayton

Time of call: 21:45

An appliance from Stokesley attended this incident however all persons were out of the vehicle on arrival and no action was required.

 Automatic Fire Alarm – Briercliffe, Scarborough

Time of call: 22:55

An appliance from Scarborough attended and confirmed this was a false alarm.

 

14 DECEMBER 2017

 Automatic Fire Alarm – Church Lane, Ripon

Time of call: 02:25

An appliance from Ripon attended and confirmed this was a false alarm within a residential home.

 Road Traffic Collision – A167, North of Sand Hutton

Time of call: 05:35

Appliances from Thirsk and Northallerton are currently at a single car RTC releasing x1 male trapped in vehicle. Car believed to have slid off road in icy conditions and gone into ditch.

 Fire to rear decking – Mickelgate, York

Time of call: 05:48

An appliance from York is currently attending a report of smouldering decking to the rear of a domestic premises caused by homeowner disposing of hot ashes in an external bin which appear to have re-ignited.

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