Firefighters from Central and Lowedges were called to reports of a house fire on Springwood Road, Sheffield, at 8.34am. Upon arrival they discovered a small fire in the front room. It had started with a home-made candle that had been left unattended. The damage was minimal and crews left at around 9pm.
Firefighters from Askern and Edlington were called to a van fire on the hard shoulder of the A1 North – between J34 and J35. The fire involved the rear wheels and was extinguished by a firefighter wearing breathing apparatus. It is believed the fire started accidentally, through overheating, and crews left at around 10pm.
Firefighters from Parkway attended a bin fire at a property on Bowden Wood Crescent, Sheffield at 11.49pm. Upon arrival they found a wheelie bin well alight. The fire started when hot ash from a wood burner was placed in the bin and there was slight damage to a wall and a window. Crews left around 0.11am.
Firefighters from Doncaster were called to a car fire on Warren Close, Intake, at 0.25am. This was a BMW, well alight, that was extinguished with a hose reel jet. It is thought the fire was started deliberately. Crews left around 0.55am.
Firefighters from Adwick were called to a rubbish fire on The Abbes Walk, Burghwallis, at 1.34am. This was a small pile of rubbish that was extinguished with a hose reel jet. It is thought the fire was started deliberately. Crews left around 2.00am.
Fire from Rotherham were called to a van fire on Beale Way, Parkgate, at 1.56am. This was a Mercedes Sprinter – containing rolls of carpet – well alight. It was dealt with using a hose reel jet and is thought to have been started deliberately. Crews left around 2.47am.
Firefighters from Elm Lane and Central were called to a fire involving two wheelie bins on Castledine Gardens, Sheffield, at 3.09am. A hose reel was used to extinguish both bins which, it is thought, had been set alight deliberately. Crews left at around 5.16am.