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Incident Summary - Friday Day Shift 3rd June

3rd June 2016

Round up of incidents – Day Shift 3rd June

Helperby Nr Boroughbridge

Fire crews from Boroughbridge attended a domestic property in Helperby where a leak in a domestic oil tank had occurred. The crew inspected the tank and were able to stop the leak. Crews dealt with oil and gave advice to the occupant.

Dijon Avenue, York

Fire crew from Acomb attended reports of a fire in the open. When crews arrived they extinguished a small fire in the open. Crews used 1 hose reel.

The cause is believed to be deliberate

Kings Road, Harrogate

Fire crews from Harrogate attended a commercial premises on Kings Road where the fire alarm was sounding. When crews arrived they carried out a full inspection of the premises and were able to confirm there was no fire. Further investigation confirmed the alarm had activated due to dust getting in the detector head.

Oak Beck Road, Harrogate

Fire crews from Harrogate attended reports of small fire in open on rough ground. When crews arrived they discovered a small campfire. Crews extinguished the fire and gave advice to the people in attendance. No further action required.

B1416, Sneaton

Fire crews from Whitby and Lythe were called to reports of a single vehicle road traffic collision. When crews arrived they confirmed there were no persons trapped. Crews made the vehicle and scene safe. Incident left in hands of Police.















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