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Round-up of incident for Night Shift 26th January

27th January 2016

Round up of incidents for Night Shift 26th January

17.14          A684 Between Worton and Aysgarth
Fire crews from Leyburn assisted in pushing a car stuck in  flood water to a safe area. There were no persons trapped in the car but the vehicle was blocking the highway. Incident left with the owners of the vehicle to arrange recovery.

17.27    West Lane, Eppleby, Nr Richmond
Fire crews from Richmond attended a house fire in West Lane. The fire was out on arrival, crews checked the chimney using a thermal imaging camera to ensure the property was safe and the fire fully extinguished.

17.40      Near Throstle Nest Farm, Carperby, Nr Leyburn
Fire crews from Leyburn came across a car stuck in flood water in the highway on their return to Leyburn Fire Station station. The crew pushed the vehicle to dry land and a safe area. No persons were in the vehicle.

18.41    Gillings Court, Thirsk
Crews from Thirsk attended an automatic fire alarm that had activated in a residential complex. The crews confirmed the alarm had been triggered by fumes from cooking food.

The crews were able to assist the occupants by carrying out ventilation and giving advice.

21.33    A1 Southbound, Wentbridge (West Yorks Fire Service Area)
Crews from Tadcaster Fire station assisted with a lorry fire in West Yorks Fire Service area.
West Yorkshire already had resources at the incident but required further assistance with provision of a water bowser.

21.50   Fern Bank Court, Moat Way, Brayton 
Fire crews from Selby attended a kitchen fire in Fern Bank Court, Brayton. The fire was contained in a microwave and was caused due to a wheatbag being warmed for too long. Fire crews ensured the fire was fully extinguished and ventilated the property. 

27th Jan

00.04   Ripon Road, Harrogate
Harrogate crews attended a premises where the automatic fire alarm was sounding. Crews discovered the fire alarm was sounding due to cooking fumes. No further action required by fire crew.

00.17  Scout Centre,Snowball Plantation, Near Stockton on the Forest
Fire crew from Huntington attended a premises  where the fire alarm was sounding. Crews confirmed this to be a false alarm as there was a fault with the fire detection system.


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