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Incident Summary - Night Shift 26th February

27th February 2016

Summary of Incidents – 26th February Night Shift

Toc:  1842 hours, Automatic Fire Alarm, Red Lane, Masham

Bedale crew attended, Cause of alarm cooking fumes.

Toc: 2222 hours, Smell of burning in toilet, Prospect Mount Road, Woodlands, Scarborough

Crews from Scarborough attended.  The alarm had activated due to an overheated transformer in the light fitting. Crews used thermal imaging camera .  Crews gave advice to occupier.

Toc:  0001 hours, Single vehicle road traffic collision, Ugthorpe.

Crews from Danby and Lythe attended. Incident involved a silver Ford Fiesta which had left the road, no sign of any occupants.  Crews carried out search of area using thermal imaging camera.

Toc:  0237 hours, Smoke in Flat, North Marine Road, Castle, Scarborough

Fire Crew from Scarborough were called to a smoke in a flat.  Cause of the smoke someone deliberately setting fire to toilet paper in a ground floor bathroom.  No damage to the building other than the toilet paper.  One 20 year old female taken to Hospital suffering from smoke inhalation.  Crews used a hose reel to deal with the fire.

Toc:  0316 hours, Automatic Fire Alarm, South Parade, Northallerton

Northallerton Crew attended, cause of the alarm a fault on the sytem.

Toc:  0511 hours, Alarm sounding in flat, Dean Road, Scarborough.

Scarborough attended cause of Alarm sounding, system fault.


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