Friday 5 June
Firefighters from Rotherham, Cudworth, Tankersley and Dearne were called to Cygnet Close, Brampton Bierlow, at 9.02pm. Upon arrival they found a fire in an attached, ground floor garage. This started when an electrical bike charger set alight and spread to two motorbikes and household goods in the garage. The fire then spread to two cars outside the garage and caused extensive smoke damage to the outside walls. This was dealt with by 11.26pm and there were no reported injuries.
Firefighters from Central were called to Attercliffe Common at 11.35pm. Upon arrival they found a car well alight, having collided with a tree. Nobody was trapped but one casualty was taken to hospital. This fire was extinguished by 0.22am.
Saturday 6 June
Firefighters from Rotherham, Maltby and Edlington were called to Sheppard Road, Balby, at 1.11pm. Upon arrival they found smoke issuing from the loft of a house. Breathing apparatus wearers entered the loft to extinguish the fire, before ensuring it hadn’t spread any further. This is thought to have started with a faulty electrical cable. The fire was out by 2.46pm and nobody was injured.
Firefighters from Aston Park were called to Finch Rise, Aston, at 7.12pm. Upon arrival they found a shed on fire. This had started when a garden brazier was left too close to it. The fire was dealt with by 7.43pm.
Firefighters from Barnsley and Cudworth were called to a farm on Grange Road, Royston. Upon arrival they found a bonfire had spread to a portacabin. This was dealt with by 11.01pm.
Firefighters from Parkway were called to Ferrars Road, Sheffield, at 11.04pm. Upon arrival they found one car well alight. This had been dealt with by 11.46pm and is thought to have been started deliberately.
Sunday 7 June
Firefighters from Thorne were called to Station Road, Dunscroft, at 3.06pm. Upon arrival they found one transit van well alight. This was dealt with by 3.41pm and is thought to have been started deliberately.