Firefighters called to two crashes on Yorkshire Coast, as well as dog locked inside car

Firefighters were called to two crashes on the Yorkshire Coast.

By Sarah Fitton
Monday, 31st May 2021, 9:28 am
Updated Monday, 31st May 2021, 9:32 am

A crew from Scarborough were deployed to the A64 at Musham Bank at 2.25pm on Saturday to help make the scene safe after two vehicles collided.

Earlier, at 10am, teams from Whitby and Lythe were called to Briggswath near Whitby to another two-vehicle crash.

They carried out first aid and fitted a neck collar for one person, as well as washing down the road.

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On the same day, at 11.20am, a crew from Filey were called to Gap Road in Hunmanby to a report of a dog locked inside a car.

The owner told the team someone was on their way with a spare key. The firefighters checked the dog was not too hot before leaving.