South Yorkshire fires round-up

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Firefighters were busy attending several incidents across South Yorkshire overnight.

A chip pan blaze caused damage to the kitchen of a home in Everingham Road, Cantley, on Thursday at 7.30pm.

A woman aged in her 20s had already fled the property when firefighters arrived. She received medical attention at the scene but did not require hospital treatment.

Firefighters from Doncaster and Edlington stations spend 30 minutes tackling the blaze.

At about the same time, arsonists sparked a blaze in a post box in Amersall Road, Scawthorpe. A crew from Adwick Fire Station spent 20 minutes at the scene.

A disposable barbecue that was still smouldering caused a fire in a bin at Weston Park, Sheffield, at 8pm.

Firefighters from Central Station spent 20 minutes putting the fire out.

A car overturned and ended up on its roof after a road traffic collision on the Dearne Valley Parkway near Hemmingfield at 9.50pm.

A spokeswoman for South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue said all of the occupants were already out of the vehicle when firefighters arrived and none were believed to have sustained serious injuries.

Arsonists set fire to tyres and cables at an industrial premises in Aldwarke Road, Parkgate, at 11.45pm. Firefighters from Rotherham Central Station spent about 30 minutes at the scene.

Yobs set fire to a wheelie bin in St Nicholas Road, Thorne, at 12.20am this morning. Firefighters from Thorne Station took ten minutes to put the blaze out.

A Peugeot Boxer van went up in flames in Brameld Road, Rawmarsh, at 2am.

Firefighters from Rotherham Central Station spent 30 minutes at the scene.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.