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Incident Summary Day Shift 28th March

28th March 2016

Round up of incidents for – Day shift Monday 28th March

The Green, Sheriff Hutton, Malton area.

Flooding to street and property. Crew attended from Huntington to assist with pumping out water with a Light Portable Pump.

York Road, Haxby.

Flooding from blocked drains entering property. Crew attended from York to assist with pumping of top water drain to relieve pressure of water in to building.

Whinny Bank, Coxwold.

A crew from Easingwold along with a specialist animal rescue crew from Malton attended and rescued a horse from a manure pile. Equipment from the animal rescue vehicle and manpower helped rescue the animal, who was then left in care of the owner and a local vet.

A1 North bound, Wetherby North to Allerton Park.

Fire crews from Harrogate and Knaresborough sent to reports of a van fire on the hard shoulder of the motorway. On locating the van, there had been a fire to the engine compartment of the vehicle, but was out on arrival of crews. Inspection only.

Green End, Goathland.

Crews from Goathland and Whitby sent to this incident after a report of a chimney fire. On arrival, crews confirmed one chimney fire. One 9 metre ladder used for access and one hose reel jet used to extinguish the fire.

Cold Bath Road, Harrogate.

Harrogate crew attended reports of a fire alarm sounding in a property. On arrival and after investigation, crew confirmed this to be a false alarm due to a system fault.

Prince of Wales Terrace, Scarborough.

Fire crews from Scarborough were called to a premises on Prince of Wales Terrace to reports of a metal pole hanging down from roof. Upon crews arrival they were able to ascertain this was a TV aerial. Crews ensured the aerial was not a threat to public safety and will be revisiting the premises later to liaise with responsible person at the flats.

Lilac Avenue, York

Fire crews from York and Acomb attended a fire in a domestic property. Crews used breathing apparatus, hose reels and ventillation equipment. The fire started in the lounge area.

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