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Incident Summary - Day Shift - Sunday 22nd November 2020

22nd November 2020

 Incident Summary –Day Shift Sunday 22ndNovember 2020 

 

In order to ensure that people are not identifiable from our incident round-up, we will no longer be providing street names for smaller towns and villages, where incidents have occurred. 

 

Time: 0944 

Location: A64 Tadcaster 

Appliances from Tadcaster and Acomb were mobilised to reports of a transit van on fire. On arrival, crews confirmed this was a false alarm with engine smoke caused by a blown turbo. Crews gave advice to the owner.  

 

Time: 1216 

Location: Off, Crab Lane, Harrogate 

Harrogate attended an automatic fire alarm in a domestic property, this was a false alarm caused by a low battery. Crews gave advice and replaced the alarm. 

 

Time: 1254 

Location: Off, Gladstone Road, Scarborough 

Both Scarborough appliances attended reports of a electric cooker on fire in a domestic property. On arrival crews confirmed this was a false alarm with the smoke being caused by an electrical wire short circuiting in the cooker. Crews removed the cooker from the property and gave advice to the owner.  

 

Time: 1451 

Location: Olympian Court, York 

York attended an automatic fire alarm in a property. This was a false alarm caused by a system fault.  

 

Time: 1503 

Location: Hookstone Chase, Harrogate 

Harrogate and Knaresborough were sent to reports of thick black smoke in the area. On arrival crews confirmed this was a false alarm with the smoke being caused by controlled burning of a brasier.  

 

Time: 1545 

Location: Seamer, Scarborough 

An appliance from Scarborough attended an automatic fire alarm at a commercial building, this was a false alarm caused by a system fault.  

 

Time: 1550 

Location: Crag Lane, Harrogate 

Harrogate attended an automatic fire alarm, this was a false alarm caused by steam from a dishwasher. 

 

Time: 1617 

Location: Short BankRoad, Skipton 

Both Skipton appliances attended a oven fire in a first floor flat. 2 breathing apparatus and 1 hose reel jet were used to extinguish the fire, crews then removed the oven from the flat and gave advice to the occupant.  

 

 

 

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