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Incident Summary - Night Shift Tuesday 1st November

2nd November 2016

Road traffic collision – Tame Bridge, Stokesley

Time of call: 1624 hours

Crews from Stokesley and Coulby Newham have dealt with a 2 vehicle road traffic collision involving a Vauxhall Astra and a Fiat Panda. No persons were trapped, however, a 20 year old male in the Astra suffered possible neck and spinal injuries and has been taken to hospital. A 84 year old male from the Fiat received a precautionary check up on scene. Fire crews assisted paramedics and made the scene safe.

False alarm – Church Lane, Settrington

Time of call: 1802 hours

A crew from Malton has responded to a smoke alarm activation in a residential property. This was a false alarm due to an unknown fault in the detection system.

Animal rescue – New Street, Selby

Time of call: 0025 hours

A crew from Selby has carried out a search of a river bank following reports of a dog stuck under a bridge. No dog was found and it is thought the caller was mistaken by an otter known to be resident in the area.

Caravan fire – A169, Blue Bank, Whitby

Time of call: 0130 hours

A crew from Whitby has dealt with a caravan fire which involved 2 x 5kg butane cylinders. One of these exploded and the other vented off. The caravan (which was overturned following a road traffic collision on 28th October) was totally destroyed by the fire. The cause is deliberate and fire crew used 1 hosereel jet, 2 breathing apparatus, thermal imaging camera and lighting.

Small fire – College Lane, Scarborough

Time of call: 0225 hours

A crew from Scarborough has dealt with a fire in the open involving a pile of tree brashings. The cause was spontaneous combustion and 1 hosereel was used.

False alarm - Riccall Business Park

Time of call: 0355 hours

A crew from Selby has responded to a smoke alarm activation in a commercial property. This was a false alarm due to an unknown fault in the system.

False alarm – Roughaw Close, Skipton

Time of call: 0646 hours

A crew from Skipton has responded to a smoke alarm activation in a residential property. This was a false alarm due to a fault on the detection system.

Road traffic collision – A168, Asenby

Time of call: 0701 hours

A crew from Thirsk has dealt with a minor road traffic collision involving a Ford Focus. No persons trapped or injured. Crew made the vehicle safe using hand tools.

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