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Incident Summary Day Shift Monday 11th September

10th September 2017

Incident Summary Monday 11th September Day Shift

 

Please see below a round up of incidents from Monday 11th September Day Shift

 

A171, Cloughton Time of call 08:31

 

Our crews from Scarborough and Robin Hoods Bay attended an incident on the A171. A vehicle had skidded off road through a fence and hedge with the driver trapped inside. Our crews were able to release the driver, male in his 30’s, using their cutting equipment. The driver was then left with the ambulance crews after suffering suspected spinal injuries and later, taken to hospital.

 

Harrogate Hospital, Harrogate  Time of call 09:20

 

Our Harrogate crew went to a fire alarm that had sounded at Harrogate Hospital. This was confirmed as a false alarm due to deodorant spray.

 

Harrogate Hospital, Harrogate  Time of call 11:26

 

Our Harrogate crew went to a fire alarm that had sounded at Harrogate Hospital. This was confirmed as a false alarm due to smoke from a smouldering iron.

 

Gargrave Canal, Gargrave  Time of call 11:56

 

Our Skipton crews attended a report of a canal barge that was sinking with a person and dog aboard. Our crews identified the barge that was taking on water rapidly. They secured it with tie lines to stop it from sinking and then helped rescue those on board. The crews pumped water out of the barge before leaving it with the owner.

 

Maple Drive, Scarborough  Time of call 12:23

 

Our Scarborough crew attended property where a gentleman was reported to have collapsed. Ambulance crews were in attendance but they needed assistance to gain access to the room. Our crew was able to gain entry and then assist in moving the gentleman onto a stretcher. The crew then left the scene in the hands of the paramedics.

 

B6161, Jct with A658 near Pool Bridge  Time of call 15:31

 

Harrogate crews attended a two vehicle road traffic collision. One male from first vehicle, in hands of Police on arrival of Fire and Rescue crews. Driver and passenger from second vehicle also out on arrival of crews. Driver from second vehicle suffered chest pains and was given oxygen on scene by Fire and Rescue crews, prior to arrival of Ambulance. He was then taken to hospital via road ambulance. No further action required by Fire crews.

 

Pale Lane, Carleton, Skipton  Time of call 15:37

 

Skipton crews attended and released a male from his vehicle after the vehicle he was driving had become stuck in floodwater. Male lead to safety on dry land, unharmed.

 

 

 

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