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Incident Summary Day Shift Wednesday 27th September 2017

26th September 2017

Breaking News – Wednesday 27th September 2017

 

A629, Keighley Road

Time of call: 08:13

 

Crews from Skipton have attended a two vehicle road traffic collision and released one person trapped. Crews used cutting gear and small tools to release casualty before placing them in care of the paramedics. Casualty was transported to hospital via road ambulance.

 

Elders Street, Scarborough

Time of call: 08:49

 

A crew from Scarborough have attended an automatic fire alarm. This was activated due to dust from workmen.

 

Carlton Road, Skipton

Time of call: 11:29

 

A crew from Skipton have attended an automatic fire alarm. This was activated due to cooking fumes.

 

Harlow Manor Park, Harrogate

Time of call: 12:56

 

A crew from Harrogate have attended an automatic fire alarm. This was caused due to cooking fumes.

 

The Shambles, York

Time of call: 14:54

 

A crew from York and Huntington have attended an automatic fire alarm. This was caused due to dust from workmen.

 

B1222 Newthorpe

Time of call: 15:51

 

A crew from Tadcaster and our colleagues at Garforth Fire Station have extinguished a large area of straw on fire using a hose reel and beaters.

 

Wetherby Road, Harrogate

Time of call: 16:11

 

A crew from Harrogate have attended an automatic fire alarm. This was caused due to a fault on the system.

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