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Incident Summary Night Shift 22nd April

23rd April 2016

Round up of incidents – Night Shift 22nd April

Borrowby, Thirsk

 Fire crews from Northallerton and Thirsk attended a residential property in the village with reports of smoke in the property. Crews investigated the premises and were able to confirm there was no fire in the property. Smoke was issuing into the property due to a defective chimney stack on an adjoining premises. Crews gave advice to occupants. No further action required by crew.

 Granby Road, Harrogate

 Fire crews from Harrogate attended reports of a fire alarm sounding at a domestic premises. Crews were able to investigate the property and confirm there was no fire. The alarm had activated due to a system fault. Crews gave advice, no further action required.

 Three Hows Rigg Nr Castleton (Whitby)

 Fire crews from Danby attended reports of moorland on fire. Upon their arrival they extinguished the fire using hose reels and beaters. The fire is believed to have been started deliberately

 New Lennerton Lane, Sherburn in Elmet

 Fire crews from Selby attended reports of a car on fire. When crews arrived, they confirmed the incident was a road traffic collision where air bags had deployed, appearing to a passer-by to be a car on fire. Fire crews made the vehicle safe. No further action was required by fire crews, incident left with the police.

 Acomb Road, York

 Fire crews from Acomb attended a domestic premise where the fire alarm was sounding. Crews were able to establish there to be no fire on their arrival. After a thorough inspection of the premises it was confirmed that fumes from smoking had caused the alarms to activate. Advice given to occupants of property.

 Tadcaster Road, Sherburn In Elmet

 Fire crews from Tadcaster attended a fire at a domestic premise involving a wooden playhouse in the garden. Crews used a hose reel jet to extinguish the fire.

The fire is believed to have been started deliberately.

 Main Street, Huby

 Fire crews from Easingwold attended a chimney fire at a domestic premises in Huby near Easingwold. The crews dealt with the fire by using roof ladders, 10.5m ladder, chimney kit/rods and a hose reel and thermal imaging camera.



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