Friday 5 May
Three fire engines attended Firshill Walk in Sheffield at 7.35pm after smoke was reported issuing from a flat. On arrival, crews found that the fire had been caused accidentally by cooking which had burnt in a pan. Crews wore breathing apparatus and used a ventilation fan to clear the smoke. No one was injured. Firefighters had left the scene shortly after 8pm.
One crew from Elm Lane attended a vehicle fire on Milnrow View, Sheffield at 11.18pm. One hose reel was used to extinguish the fire involving an SUV vehicle. The fire is believed to have been set deliberately. Firefighters had dealt with the incident by 11.56pm.
Saturday 6 May
Shortly after midnight, three fire engines attended the scene of a road traffic collision on Centenary Way, Rotherham. Two people were extricated from the vehicle by firefighters using cutting gear. Firefighters had left the scene by 1.46am.
Two crews from Barnsley and one from Tankersley attended the scene of a fire in a property on Dodworth Road, Barnsley after a call was received at 12.51pm. The fire was caused by oil in a deep fat fryer. Firefighters wearing breathing apparatus were able to move the fryer outside, extinguish the fire and clear the smoke in the property using a ventilation fan. They left the scene at approximately 1.15pm.
Three fire engines were called to the scene of a fire on Stradbroke Road, Sheffield at 5.50pm. The fire was located outside of the door of a flat which had spread to the door. Two people from a neighbouring flat evacuated due to smoke logging in their own flats. The fire was extinguished using an extended hose reel. All occupants were checked over by paramedics at the scene but no one was injured. Firefighters left the scene at around 7.10pm.
Sunday 7 May
One crew from Cudworth attended the scene of a car fire on Storrs Mill Lane after a call was received at 1.09am. The fire was extinguished using a hose reel jet. Firefighters left the scene at 1.48am.
Three fire engines attended a house fire on Blackstock Road, Sheffield after a call was received at 9.10am. Firefighters found the upper floor of the house well alight on arrival. Crews wore breathing apparatus and used a jet and two hose reels to extinguish the fire. The fire is believed to have been set accidentally. Four people evacuated the property, with one occupant suffering minor injuries to their hands. Firefighters had left the scene by 12.20pm.
Three fire engines attended the scene of a house fire on Helmton Road, Sheffield after a call was received at 2.23pm. The fire was located in the basement of the property and was electrical in nature. Firefighters wore breathing apparatus and used dry powder and hose reels to extinguish the fire. Crews left the scene at 3.26pm.
Four fire engines and one aerial ladder platform attended the scene of a fire on a commercial building on Old Bawtry Road, Doncaster. The call was received at 3.45pm. The fire originated from solar panels on the roof and spread to the insulation layer on the roof. One ladder was used so crews could apply water to the roof space. Firefighters also entered the property to isolate utilities and clear the smoke. They left the scene at approximately 5.41pm.
Three fire engines attended a house fire on Roberts Road, Balby, Doncaster after a call was received at 4.05pm. The fire was caused by cardboard and paper items left on an electric hob. One woman was taken to hospital after suffering from smoke inhalation. One hose reel was used to extinguish the fire. Firefighters had left the scene by 4.34pm.
Monday 8 May
Four fire engines and one aerial ladder platform attended a fire at a public house on Hillfoot Road, Totley after a call was received at 10am. The fire was caused by caused by a tumble dryer accompanied by a large amount of combustible fabric items and paints in room of origin. Firefighters used hose reels inside the property and an external jet through the window of laundry room to extinguish the fire. Firefighters had left the scene by 11.04am.