WYFRSWest Yorkshire Fire Rescue Service (UK)
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A WYFRS spokesperson said: "We have sent a significant numbers of staff to train at Tees and the vast majority report no illness with only around4% reporting becoming ill."
The video on the WYFRS website was taken from cameras attached to the top of fire appliances.
But the Examiner can reveal that the WYFRS raised concerns about the site as long ago as last September - just months after the block was opened.
This year WYFRS recorded the earliest moorland fire in our recent history, when a blaze broke out in Marsden on February 26, which was unprecedented for the time of year.
"The fire on Marsden Moor has required a huge Fire Service resource and the tireless efforts of numerous WYFRS staff to bring the incident to a conclusion.
You can find out more by visiting the website at www.westyorksfire.gov.uk or by calling the WYFRS main number on 0800 5874536.
"Since the tragic death of our mother in 2015 my sister and I have been working closely with WYFRS highlighting and raising awareness of the increased risk of flammability of clothing and bedding soaked in the products.
Chris Kirkby, from WYFRS, said people tend to use candles more over the Christmas and winter season, and has reminded people that using them carelessly can have devastating consequences.
Chris Kirby, WYFRS's Area Manager for Service Delivery said: "While firefighters are attending a car fire they are not available to attend potentially more serious incidents.
Senior officers at West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service (WYFRS) are working with the health and care sectors to raise awareness among patients, carers and health professionals about the dangers associated with the regular use of such products.
The council, West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Services (WYFRS), Yorkshire Water, a number of NHS organisations, Peak District National Park, the National Trust and the Mountain Rescue Service are all trying to help keep local people safe.