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Incident summary Dayshift Tuesday 13 Feb 2018

13th February 2018

Incident Summary Day Shift Tuesday 13th February

 Bond End, Knaresborough TOC: 07:44

 Crews from Knaresborough and Harrogate responded to a report of smoke coming from a boiler in a Business Centre premises which was found to be steam only from the overheating boiler.

 A165, Osgodby TOC: 07:53

 Scarborough crews removed the roof of a car using cutting equipment following a single vehicle RTC enabling the driver, a male aged in his 40s, to be released and taken to hospital by ambulance.

 Byland Place, Northallerton TOC: 08:43

 Northallerton firecrew attended a domestic premises following reports of an elderly female diabetic who may have collapsed overnight. Crews gained entry using tools via a window together with Police and reassured elderly female, also taking medical initial assessment awaiting the arrival of an ambulance.

 B6165, Summerbridge TOC: 11:20

 Crews from Harrogate were mobilised to a single vehicle RTC involving a car which had hit a stone wall then crashed into a tree. Crews used cutting gear to remove the roof enabling the female elderly driver to be released and taken to hospital with head, neck and back injuries.

 Ash Close, Thorpe Willoughby TOC: 11:38

 Crews from Selby responded to a report of a smoking fusebox in a domestic garage which was isolated by crews on their arrival and advice given to homeowner to have checked before the power was reconnected.

 Stockton Road, South Kilvington TOC: 15:15

 Thirsk firecrew responded to a report of a bush fire which was out on their arrival.

 A170, Sutton Bank TOC: 15:18

 Crews Thirsk, Helmsley and Ripon responded to a 7 car RTC on a slushy Sutton Bank. No persons were trapped with ambulance checking over walking wounded. Firecrews made scene safe.

 High Street, Skipton TOC: 15:49

 Skipton firecrew responded to a bin fire which was found to be out on their arrival.

 Rossett Avenue, Harrogate TOC: 15:50

 Harrogate firecrews responded to a cooker fire in a domestic premises which was found to be out on their arrival.

 Constantine Avenue, York TOC: 16:24

 York firecrew responded to a report of smoke sighted near shops which was found to be a false alarm – the most likely cause believed to be steam from central heating.

 A64, Whitwell-on-the-Hill TOC: 16:30

 Malton firecrews responded to a Police report of a vehicle fire which was found to be a false alarm due to smoke emitting from a log burner within a parked up campervan.

 Crews from Skipton, York, Acomb also responded to fire alarm activation in premises which were found to be false alarms

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