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Incident Summary Night Shift Tuesday 13th November 2018

14th 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.

  Acomb – Time of call 18:49

Crews from Acomb responded to an automatic alarm activation, this was a false alarm due to plaster mixer.

Bishopthorpe – Time of call 18:51

Crews from Huntington responded to a van fire near Bishopthorpe, extinguished using 2 hose reels and 1 breathing apparatus. Cause is believed to be an electric fault.

Skipton – Time of 19:01

Crews from Skipton responded to an automatic alarm activation. This was a false alarm due to a water leak at an adjacent property.

Easingwold – Time of call 21:47

Easingwold crews responded to an automatic alarm activation, this was a false alarm due to insects in detector head.

Stepney Hill, Scarborough – Time of call 00:33

Crews from Scarborough attended a road traffic collision, 1 person released from vehicle using hydraulic cutters, spreaders and air bag protection and left in care of ambulance service.

Crossways York – Time of call 01:59

York crews responded to a bin fire, extinguished using 1 hose reel jet. The cause is believed to be deliberate.

 York – Time of call 04:32

York crews responded to an automatic alarm activation, this was false alarm due to a faulty detector head

 

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