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Incident Summary Day Shift Tuesday 11th September

11th September 2018

 

11th September 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.

 

1059hrs – Low Harrogate,  Harrogate

 

A report of a fire alarm was responded to by Harrogate crews. Upon arrival crews found an elderly member of the community had accidentally melted a plastic fan on their hob. Smoke was cleared from the premises and the person was treated for believed smoke inhalation. Crews offered first aid until Paramedic arrival.

1444hrs – Blueberry way, Scarborough

 

Scarborough crews were called to a small fire in the open. On arrival crews found a controlled burn, burning rubbish that was out on arrival. No action was required by Fire Brigade personnel.

1448hrs – Hawnby , Helmsley

 

Helmsley crews were called to a fire in an old tree, in a field. Crews arrived to find a fire well alight inside a tree. A tree surgeon was requested to allow access to the inside of the tree. Crews damped down the tree and will return to reassess a later today.

1505hrs – Eastfield, Scarborough

 

Scarborough crews were called to a fire in a back garden. Upon arrival crews found that a small area of hedge had been on fire, but was out on arrival of crews. The owner had safely extinguished the fire with a hosepipe.

 

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