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Incident Summary Day Shift Sunday 18th November 2018

18th November 2018

In order to ensure that people are not identifiable from our incident round-up, we will no longer be providing street names, for smaller towns and villages, where incidents have occurred.

ScarboroughTime of call 10:01

Scarborough crews responded to a cooker fire in a residential property, fire out on arrival of Fire Service, crews ventilated property. 3 people provided precautionary checks by ambulance crews.

Knaresborough – Time of call 10:32

Crews from Knaresborough attended an automatic fire alarm activation. This was a false alarm due to cooking fumes.

York – Time of call 10:44

Crews from York responded to an automatic alarm activation, this was a false alarm due to a fault on the system.

Scarborough – Time of call 11:37

Scarborough crews responded to a petrol can on fire in a rear garden of a residential property, extinguished using 1 hose reel.

Ripon – Time of call 13:45

Ripon crews responded to an automatic alarm activation at a residential property. This was a false alarm.

Colburn – Time of call 15:20

Crews from Richmond responded to a rubbish fire in a barn in the Catterick area, fire extinguished using 2 breathing apparatus, 1 hose reel, a thermal imaging camera and small tools.

Thirsk – Time of call 16:38

Crews from Thirsk responded to calls of fire and smoke in the open, this was a false alarm due to controlled burning.  

 

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