• 18:55 25 Apr

    Rescue from height – Bradford

    Bolton Woods Quarry
    Bolton Hall Road

    Two children and one adult stuck 15 to 20 feet high on quarry face – not injured.  Line rescue system used to safely rescue all three people.  Appliances attended from Shipley,…

  • 01:02 25 Apr

    Domestic Property Fire, Persons reported

    Temple Gardens, Normanton

    An automatic fire alarm activation was received for a property in Temple Gardens Normanton. On arrival crews rescued one male occupier from the first floor using a ladder. Four breathing…

  • 00:37 25 Apr

    Domestic Property Fire, Manston

    Manston Way, Manston, Leeds

    Crews were called to reports of a log burner on fire which had spread to a first floor bedroom. The bedroom was 100% involved in fire. 3 hosereels and 4…

  • 00:32 25 Apr

    Vehicle Fire Armley Area

    Raynville Way, Armley, Leeds

    Crews attended reports of a vehicle on fire in front of the entrance to flats. One hosereel and one breathing apparatus were used to extinguish the fire. A 33 year…

  • 01 Jan

    Make pumps 5 building fire, Milnesbridge Huddersfield

    Time of call 07:34 24/04/2016 3 storey mill fire, Dowker street, Milnesbridge, Huddersfield. 5 fire engines in attendance from Huddersfield, Meltham, Slaithwaite and Rastrick in attendance.

  • 21 Feb

    Emergency First Responding – a new challenge

    Author: Dave Walton

    This week will see the launch of the West Yorkshire FRS and Yorkshire Ambulance Service partnership scheme to deliver Emergency First Responding (EFR) in some of our more rural areas….

  • 31 Jan

    More change, a mill fire, and mental health

    Author: Dave Walton

    There have been two main talking points this week that I’ll blog about. One is a national issue and one is a West Yorkshire issue. I’ll also write a little…

  • 13 Jan

    My first blog of 2016

    Author: Dave Walton

    It was an unusual first working week of 2016 to say the least. You’ll have noticed that I haven’t blogged for a few weeks. This is partly due to the…