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Incident Summary - Day Shift Wednesday 7th September

6th September 2016

Incident Summary – Day Shift Wednesday 7th September

 

Road traffic collision – Bridlington Road, Hunmanby

Time of call: 0641 hours

Crews from Filey and Scarborough have dealt with a 2 vehicle road traffic collision in which 1 male was trapped in a vehicle. Crews have extricated him using hydraulic cutting gear and he has been taken to hospital with non life threatening injuries.

 

False alarm – Cheltenham Parade, Harrogate

Time of call: 0751 hours

A crew from Harrogate has responded to a smoke alarm activation in a commercial property. This was a false alarm due to workmen creating dust.

 

False alarm – Station Road, Tadcaster

Time of call: 0946 hours

2 crews from Tadcaster and the aerial ladder platform from Huntington have been called to a smell of burning in a residential property. This was a false alarm due to a major water leak inside the property. Smell of burning believed to have been due to a short circuit in wiring. Thermal imaging camera used for inspection only. Crew assisted owns to isolate water, gas and electric and carry out salvage work.

 

Road traffic collision – junction of Victoria Road and Lancaster Road, Harrogate

Time of call: 0952 hours

2 crews from Harrogate have dealt with a 2 vehicle road traffic collision involving a Skoda Octavia estate and a Vauxhall Corsa. The male driver of the Corsa was in the care of paramedics on our arrival. The female driver in the Skoda was trapped in the vehicle. The crews removed the roof and side of the vehicle to allow her to be extricated and transported to hospital with potential spinal injuries. Crews used hydraulic cutting equipment, vehicle stabilisation kit and hand tools.

 

Tractor fire – Pudding Lane, Eppleby

Time of call: 1123 hours

Crews from Colburn and Darlington have attended a tractor on fire in a field. This resulted in the tractor being totally destroyed by fire. The cause is believed to be overheated straw in the boom arm ignighting. The crews used 2 hosereels.

 

False alarm – Bagdale, Whitby

Time of call: 1124 hours

A crew from Whitby has investigated reports of burning inside a residential property. This was a false alarm due to fumes and dust from a workmans saw.

 

False alarm – The Shambles, York

Time of call: 1139 hours

2 crews from Acomb have responded to a smoke alarm activation in a commercial property. This was a false alarm due to fumes from cooking.

 

Microwave fire – Grange Close

Time of call: 1254 hours

2 crews from Harrogate have been called to a fire in a microwave in a residential property. The fire, which was out on arrival, resulted in damage to a Christmas pudding only. A slight accumulation of smoke in the kitchen was ventilated by crews. Smoke alarms were fitted, they activated and raised the alarm. The cause was careless use of a microwave.

 

Tumble drier fire – Ebsay Drive, York

Time of call: 1335 hours

Crews from Huntington and York have been called to a tumble drier fire in the garage of a domestic property. The fire was out on arrival and the machine had been removed to the open air prior to our arrival. The cause was a build up of fluff within the machine. Hand tools used for inspection only.

 

False alarm – St Cuthberts Green, Barton

Time of call: 1426 hours

Crews from Richmond and Colburn have responded to a smoke alarm activation in a residential property. This was a false alarm due to a fault on the detection system.

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