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Weekend incidents – 16/17/18/19 September

Friday 16 September

Firefighters from Edlington were called to Bolton Street, Denaby Main, at 10.04pm. Upon arrival they found a car on fire next to a skate park. This was dealt with by 10.49pm and is thought to have been started deliberately.

Saturday 17 September

Firefighters from Tankersley were called to Hermit Hill Lane, Wortley, at 1.45am. Upon arrival they found a BMW well alight after it had left the road and hit a tree. This was dealt with by 2.38am.

Firefighters from Edlington, Adwick and Doncaster were called to Broomhouse Lane, Balby, at 11.22am. Upon arrival they found a smoke logged property, due to some takeaway boxes setting light on top of a hob. This was dealt with by 12.22pm – there were no injuries.

Firefighters from Elm Lane and Rotherham were called to Whitley View Road, Kimberworth, at 4.53pm. Upon arrival they found a garage on fire. This was dealt with by 7.23pm and is thought to have started accidentally, due to electrics.

Sunday 18 September

Firefighters from Rivelin were called to Middlewood Road, Sheffield, at 0.15am. Upon arrival they found a bin well alight to the rear of a food shop. This was dealt with by 1.28am and is thought to have been started deliberately.

Firefighters from Parkway, Rotherham and Aston Park were called to Normanville Avenue, Brinsworth, at 3.18pm. Upon arrival they found a smoke logged property due to overheated cooking in an oven. Firefighters cleared the smoke and left at around 4.01pm.

Firefighters from Aston Park were called to Swinston Hill, Dinnington, at 4.18pm. Upon arrival they found a Ford Fiesta that had been dumped in a field and set alight. This was dealt with by 4.56pm.

Firefighters from Central, Parkway and Rivelin were called to Dovercourt Road, Sheffield, at 11.03pm. Upon arrival they found a fire in the roof space of a property. This was dealt with by 1.51am and is thought to have started accidentally, due to electrics.

Monday 19 September

Firefighters from Elm Lane were called to Tunwell Avenue, Sheffield, at 9.38am. Upon arrival they found a two car collision, with one car on fire. This was dealt with by 10.05am.

This content was last updated on September 20th, 2022