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Incident Summary, Night Shift Tuesday 31st October

1st November 2017

Incident Summary, Night shift, Tuesday 31st October

 TOC    17:18   Belle Vue Square, Skipton

 A crew from Skipton released one female from a lift using lift keys.

 TOC    17:40   Pollard Gardens, Scarborough

Two crews from Scarborough attended a fire to a waste bin inside a property, this caused fire damage to the bin and contents only and smoke logging to the room.  Two breathing apparatus, one hose reel and a positive pressure ventilation fan were used, the cause was accidental.

 TOC    18:11   Duchess Mews, York

A crew from York attended a report of a fire in the woods, one hose reel jet was used to put out the fire which is believed to have been started deliberately.

 TOC    18:17   Foxhill Lane, Brayton

A crew from Selby put out a fire in a litter bin using a bucket of water, the fire is believed to have been started deliberately.

 TOC    19:15   Heather Court, Norton, Malton

A crew from Malton attended a fire to two tyres in the open, two hose reels were used and the fire is believed to have been started deliberately by children.

 TOC    23:23   Howard Drive, York

A crew from Acomb and York attended a fire in a kitchen of a domestic property, two breathing apparatus and one hose reel jet were used to put the fire out, the fire is believed to have started accidentally.

 Various locations – Automatic Fire alarms

Crews also attended reports of automatic fire alarms sounding in Harrogate, York and Skipton, all of which were false alarms

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