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Incident Summary Night Shift 9th April

10th April 2016

Round up of incidents for – Night Shift  Saturday 9th April

 St Nicholas Street, Scarborough

 Fire crew from Scarborough assisted RSPCA with the release of a seagull. The seagull had become trapped and suspended in netting on a 3 storey premises. Crews used the aerial ladder to access and release the bird. It was then handed to care of the RSPCA inspector.

 Nidd Lane, Birstwith

 Fire crews from Harrogate attended an automatic fire alarm in a commercial premises at Birstwith. Upon crews arrival they were able to confirm there to be no fire but smoke in the vacinity. After investigation a garden fire (controlled rbbish burn) was found to be the cause of the smoke and this had caused the alarm in the property to activate. No further action required by fire crew.

 A59, Kexgill

 Fire crews from Harrogate, Summerbridge and Skipton and a fire officer attended a road traffic collision involving 2 cars. There were 2 casualties trapped in the collision. Fire crews worked alongside paramedics using hydraulic cutting gear to release the 2 casualties. They were taken to hospital by road ambulance. Crews made the vehicles safe and ensured the whole scene of the incident was safe.

 Tadcaster Road, York

Fire crew from York attended reports of a fire alarm sounding at a commercial premises on Tadcaster Road. Crews inspected the property and confirmed there to be no fire. The alarm is believed to have sounded due to a fault on the alarm system. No further action required by fire crews.

Finkle Street, Selby

Fire crew from Selby attended a wheelie bin on fire. The fire was extinguished using 1 hose reel jet. The fire is thought to have been deliberate.

A170, Aislaby

Fire crews from Pickering and Kirkbymoorside attended a road traffic collision along with a fire officer. The incident involved 1 car and crews confirmed 1 person was trapped in the vehicle. Fire crews worked alongside paramedics to release the casualty. Hydraulic cutting gear was used in the release. Casualty was left in hands of paramedics and was transported to hospital.













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