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Incident Summary Sunday 2nd July

1st July 2017

Incident Summary Sunday 2nd July Day Shift


Please see below a round up of incidents from Sunday 2nd July day shift.


Incident 5747  Time 0848 – Northallerton Railway Station


Northallerton crew dealt with a diesel spillage in the rail station car park.  Environmental pads and soil were used to soak up the diesel before the scene was left in the hands of rail station staff.


Incident 5751  Time 1058 – Viking Drive, Riccall


2 Selby crews attended a fire in the kitchen of a domestic property. A small fire in an electric oven was found to be out on arrival of crews. The cooker was inspected and advice was given to the occupants.


Incident 5754  Time 1354 – The Crescent, Scarborough


Scarborough crew extinguished a small fire at the rear of an art gallery using a bucket of water. The fire was believed to have been started deliberately.


Incident 5756  Time 1410 – A65, Skipton


Appliances from Skipton were mobilised to reports of a road traffic collision. On arrival crews found no persons trapped and no action required from the Fire Service.


Incident 5758  Time 1538 – Tedder Road, York


Acomb crew extinguished a bin on fire at the rear of a property using a bucket of water. The bin was deliberately ignited.


In addition to the above incidents our Fire crews attended fire alarm calls in Aysgarth, Easingwold, Ripon and York.  All were false alarms.

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