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Incident Summary Night Shift Wednesday 11th October

11th October 2017

Automatic Fire Alarm – Havers Hill, Eastfield

Time of call: 22:45

An appliance from Scarborough attended this incident which turned out to be a fire in a commercial extractor fan, the fire was extinguished by onsite staff using foam and were assisted by the sprinkler system. 

 

Automatic Fire Alarm – Byland Road, Byland Abbey

Time of call: 01:16

An appliance from Helmsley attended this incident and confirmed this was a false alarm.

 

Automatic Fire Alarm – Cavendish Street, Skipton

Time of call: 01:16

An appliance from Skipton attended this incident and confirmed this was a false alarm.

 

Rescue Persons Trapped – Moore Avenue, York

Time of call: 04:24

Appliances from York, Acomb and an incident support unit from Tadcaster were mobilised to assist the police and ambulance which a male who had fallen whilst climbing a fence and impaled his thigh through a metal railing.  Crews used hydraulic cutting gear and manpower to extricate the male from the scene and handed him over into the care of  the ambulance service.

 

Automatic Fire Alarm – Kirkgate, Settle

Time of call: 05:08

An appliance from Settle attended this incident and confirmed this was a false alarm.

 

Automatic Fire Alarm – Albert Street, Harrogate

Time of call: 05:10

An appliance from Harrogate attended this incident and confirmed this was a false alarm.

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