A man was given oxygen after a fire at a house in Knaresborough in the early hours of this morning.
Firefighters from Harrogate and Knaresborough were called to a pan fire at a home on York Road at 1.47am.
North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service‘s incident report said the crews isolated the cooker, removed the pan and ventilated the property.
The report added:
“Crews provided oxygen to a male occupant and left him in the hands of ambulance paramedics.”
Earlier in the night Harrogate firefighters helped an older man who had fallen at a home in the town at about 10.50pm and at 4.50pm yesterday afternoon crews from Ripon and Thirsk extinguished a car on fire between junctions 50 and 51 of the A1(M).
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