Incident Summary for the Night Shift of Sunday 5th February
1653 – Marton cum Grafton – The Boroughbridge crew used a hose reel and extinguished a fire in a field thought to be controlled burning left unattended. A responsible person was located and advice given.
1700 – Quarry Mount, Scarborough – A small fire in woodland was extinguished by a Scarborough crew using buckets of water.
1718 – Columbus Ravine, Scarborough – A small fire deliberately set by youths was extinguished by a Scarborough crew using a hose reel.
1815 – Grange Lane, York – Youths deliberately set several small fires in protected woodland, The Acomb crew extinguished them using a hose reel.
1833 – East Ayton, Scarborough – Crews from Scarborough, Filey, Pickering, Robin Hood’s Bay and Bridlington (Humberside Fire Service) attended a fire in a commercial premises – 5 appliances and an Aerial Ladder in total. Hose reels and main jets were used to extinguish the fire. Crews will be revisiting this incident tomorrow (Monday) during daylight. Fire investigation will also take place in daylight.
1952 – Horton in Ribblesdale, Settle – The Settle crew attended a chimney fire in a residential property. A chimney kit, 9-metre ladder, roof ladders and thermal imaging cameras were used to extinguish the fire, thought to have been caused by accumulation of soot.
2155 – North Deighton – Knaresborough crew extinguished a car fire in a country lane. Breathing apparatus and a hose reel used. The cause was deliberate.
In addition to the above incidents our crews attended automatic fire alarm calls in Bedale, Skipton and Filey. All were false alarms.