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Incident Summary Night Shift Friday 29th April

30th April 2016

Round up of incidents for Night Shift Friday 29th April

Shed fire – Conan Gardens, Richmond

Time of call: 1912 hours

A crew from Richmond have been called to a shed on fire in the rear garden of a domestic property. The shed and its contents were totally destroyed in the fire and damage was also caused to garden furniture in an adjacent property. The cause was fire spread form a bonfire. The crew used a hosereel jet to extinguish.

Fuel leak – Bolton Road, Addingham

Time of call: 1941 hours

A crew from Skipton has been called to deal with a fuel spillage following a single vehicle road traffic collision. The incident involved an Alfa Romeo which had rolled onto it’s side, had been dealt with by Police and Ambulance prior to the Fire Service being called. The crew used drizzit pads to absorb the fuel spillage.

Living room fire – Ash Way, Selby

Time of call: 2005 hours

A crew from Selby has dealt with a fire in the living room of a new built 2 storey residential property. 10% fire damage was caused to the living room and the remainder of the property suffered slight smoke damage. 1 male (aged 64) suffered slight smoke inhalation and was left in the care of his son-in-law and ambulance crew. The cause is believed to be radiated heat from a halogen lamp and our crews used 2 breathing apparatus, 1 hosereel and a thermal imaging camera.

Chimney Fire – Willow Lane, Rainton

Time of call: 2056 hours

A crew from Ripon has been called to a chimney fire in a 2 storey residential property. The cause is an accumulation of soot and overloading of wood. The crew used chimney kit, 1 hosereel and thermal imaging camera.

Fire in the open – Scott Road, Selby

Time of call: 2120 hours

A crew from Selby has been called to a fire on the childrens playground on Scott Road. The fire which was started deliberately, was out on our arrival. Crew carried out an inspection only. Police also attended this incident.

Road traffic collision – A167, Dalton

Time of call: 2121 hours

Crews from Northallerton and Darlington have attended a single vehicle road traffic collision after a car was discovered on its side in a field. There were no persons trapped or injured and the owner is arranging recovery of the vehicle. Crews cordoned off the vehicle only.

Effect entry – Roxby Road, Thornton-le-Dale

Time of call: 0159 hours

A crew from Pickering has been called to an address to effect entry for carers after the occupant fell. On our arrival, access had been gained and the occupant was uninjured.

Malicious call – Mickelgate, Selby

Time of call: 0202 hours

Crews from Selby, York, Huntington and Snaith have been called to reports of a fire in a 3 storey commercial property. This was a malicious call made from a nearby telephone kiosk.

False alarm – High Street, Stokesley

Time of call: 0507 hours

A crew from Stokesley has responded to a smoke alarm activation in a commercial property. This was a false alarm due to water dripping into the detector.

Car fire – Brunswick Street, York

Time of call: 0531 hours

A crew from York has dealt with a fire involving a Mitsubishi Shogun. This has caused fire, heat and smoke damage to the engine compartment. 1 male in the vehicle at the time suffered slight smoke inhalation and received a precautionary check by paramedics on scene. 2 dogs also in the car were uninjured. York crew used 1 hosereel jet to extinguish the fire which is believed to have been caused by an electrical fault. The male was left in the care of the Police.

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