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Incident Summary Night Shift 4th April

5th April 2016

Round up of incidents for – Night Shift Monday 4th April

17:33 Beverley Road, Norton, Malton

Fire crews from Malton and Pickering and an officer attended a single vehicle RTC. One male was released by fire crews using hydraulic cutting gear. The male was then left in care of paramedics. Fire crews used hydraulic cutting gear, Dewalt saw, sharps protection gear and small tools.

18:52 Stockwell Lane, Knaresborough  

Fire crews from Knaresborough attended a domestic premises in Stockwell Lane where the smoke alarm was sounding. Upon arrival the fire crews were able to establish there was no fire. The alarm had been activated due to fumes from cooking. The crew carried out a thorough inspection of the property to ensure the occupants safety.

18:57 Stonegate, York 

Fire crews from York attended a commercial premises in Stonegate. The fire alarm was sounding at the premises but had no signs of fire. The crews established that the property was undergoing refurbishment and believed the alarm to be sounding due to major alterations within the property causing damage or dust to the system. Advice given to responsible person. No further action required

19:31 Main Street, Yedingham

Fire crews from Pickering and an officer attended a chimney fire at a domestic premises in Yedingham.  Crews dealt with the chimney fire using chimney rods, triple extension ladder, thermal imaging camera and small gear. The chimney fire is believed to have been caused by a birds nest in the chimney. Advice given to the occupants.

20:22 Walden Stubbs, Selby

Fire crews from Selby and South Yorks attended reports of a bedroom fire in a domestic property. Crews discovered a bedroom fire that had been extinguished by the occupants of the property. One occupant had suffered effects of smoke inhalation and was given oxygen at the scene. Crews ensured the fire was fully extinguished and checked the property with a thermal imaging camera. The fire is believed to be a combination of overloaded electrical sockets and a faulty charger. Advice given.

05:57 Balne Moor Road, Nr Pollington, Selby

Fire crews from Selby and Snaith attended a road traffic collision involving a HGV. No persons were trapped and the driver was in care of paramedics upon crews arrival. Fire crews assisted with scene safety.











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