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Incident Summary - Night shift 11th June

12th June 2016

Incident Summary – Night Shift 11th June

Gowland Lane, Cloughton, Scarborough

Fire crews from Scarborough, Whitby and Malton crew plus fire officers attended reports of a road traffic collision involving a coach.  When crews arrived they were able to work alongside police and ambulance crews at scene. They confirmed there were no persons trapped. Fire crews assisted with casualty care and assisting passengers to safety.

 Stoneybrough Lane, Thirsk

Fire crews from Thirsk and Northallerton attended reports of a barn on fire down Stoneybrough Lane. When crews arrived they extinguished a small rubbish fire inside a derelict barn. No further action was required. The fire is believed to have been started deliberately.

Newton Dale, Wintringham, Nr Malton

Fire crews from Malton attended reports of a fire which had initially been controlled burning spreading to an outbuilding. When fire crews arrived, the occupant had started to fight the fire with a garden hose. Fire crews used 1 hose reel and thermal imaging camera to deal with the fire. The cause of the fire was spread from controlled burning.

Burton Stone Lane, York

 Fire crews from York attended a commercial premises where the automatic fire alarm was reported as sounding. When crews arrived they inspected the property and ensured there was no fire. The alarm is believed to have activated due to a fault on the system.

Farnley Nr Otley

Fire crew from Harrogate responded to Farnley following reports of a large fire in the open. When crews arrived they were able to confirm the fire was controlled burning & was under supervision of land owner.  Crews gave advice, no further action was required.

Grosvenor Crescent, Scarborough

 Fire crews at Scarborough responded to reports of a male and his dog stuck in a lift at private flats. Fire crews were able to release the man and his dog. Upon their release the duo were no worse for their ordeal. Crews used lift keys and manpower. Advice given to premises reference the lift and engineers to be called to site.

James Way, Heslington

Fire crews from York responded to reports of an alarm sounding at an educational establishment. When crews arrived on site they carried out a thorough inspection and confirmed there was no fire. Crews established that the alarm had been activated by insects entering the detector head. Advice given to site staff.

Eastfield, Scarborough

Fire crews from Scarborough attended a commercial premises where the fire alarm was sounding. Upon arrival, crews were able to confirm there was no fire. Following inspection, crews confirmed the alarm had sounded due to a suspected system fault.

No further action required by fire crew.


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