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Incident Summary Night Shift 26th May

26th May 2016

Round up of incidents – Night Shift 26th May

 

 

Sim Balk Lane, York

Acomb crew called to an automatic fire alarm activation. On arrival and after investigation, crew confirmed this to be a false alarm due to cosmetic smoke on site.

 

Cayton Bay, Scarborough area

Scarborough crew called to investigate a report of a boat on fire on a beach. On arrival, crews found a small boat on fire in a cove. Crew found access on foot and managed extinguish the fire using buckets. The incident has been left open for a further revisit by day  crews this morning.

 

Wreyfield Drive, Newby, Scarborough

Crews called to an automatic fire alarm activation. On arrival and after investigation, crew confirmed this to be a false alarm due to a fault within the system.

 

Ousegate, Selby

Selby crew sent to an automatic fire alarm activation. On arrival and after investigation, crew confirmed this to be a false alarm due to cooking fumes.                                        

 

Middleton Road, Pickering

Pickering crew sent to report of a smoke alarm sounding. On arrival and after investigation, crew confirmed this to be a false alarm due to a faulty detector.

 

A169 Outside Malton

Malton crew attended and extinguished a car fire. Fire extinguished using two breathing apparatus and one hose reel. Cause of fire believed deliberate, incident left with Police.

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