Firefighters respond to Whitby house blaze on busy night for North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service

Firefighters were called out several times last night, and attended a house blaze, a wheelie bin fire and a plant pot fire.

By Louise Hollingsworth
Tuesday, 12th July 2022, 9:37 am
Updated Tuesday, 12th July 2022, 9:41 am

At 4.50pm, on Monday July 11, crews were called to Manor Road, Scarborough. There was a fire in the open, which was out on arrival.

At half past five, at Riverside View, Norton, a crews responded to a call about a fire in the open. This was out on arrival and crews dampened down the area using a knapsack sprayer.

In Scarborough, crews were called to Valley Road at 6.30pm where a wheelie bin was on fire. This was extinguished using buckets of water.

Firefighters were called out several times last night, including to a Whitby house blaze and a plant pot fire.

At 6.45pm, at Shire Croft, Eastfield, crews from Scarborough and Filey responded to a report of a small rubbish fire in the open. This was extinguished using buckets of water.

On Columbus Ravine, Scarborough, a crew from Scarborough were called to fire in the open at 7.30pm. This was a fire to a bin that was extinguished using buckets of water.

At 8.30pm, on Victoria Square, Bagdale, Whitby, a crew was called to a fire to a plant pot. This was extinguished using a hose reel.

In Eastfield, a crew from Scarborough were called to a fire in the open at 10.50pm. The fire was sighted from a distance, and after a search crews were able to find a controlled burn that was left unattended.

At Dundas Gardens, Whitby, crews from Whitby and Lythe responded to a call about a fire to a residential property at 12.25pm. The porch of the house was on fire and the contents were being burnt after they had overheated and ignited.

The crews extinguished the fire using a hose reel and a thermal imaging camera, as well as the crew needing two breathing apparatus.

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