Firefighter strike ends: 13 incidents attended during industrial action including 2 road traffic collisions and 1 man trapped in machinery.
Firefighters have just finished another strike in a row over pensions and working conditions. It took place between 6am and 8am this morning.
The strike was their third in recent weeks, and was because of a dispute with the Government over pensions.
The Fire Brigades Union has praised firefighters for their unity and determination during last night's strike.
Firefighters across England and Wales walked out on strike between 6.30pm and 11.00pm in the dispute about pensions.
Crews on duty across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire responded to 34 incidents during the industrial action, none of which were serious.
Ministers say the strike was completely unnecessary and reassured the public that safety remained paramount.
Fire crews across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire attended 34 incidents during last night's strike action. None of these are thought to be serious
See below for a regional breakdown of incidents attended
South Yorkshire - 7
West Yorkshire - 19
North Yorkshire - 3
Lincolnshire - 5
Friday's fire strike passed off without any major incidents across the region. A total of 34 incidents were attended across North, South and West Yorkshire, and Lincolnshire.
Fire and Rescue Services have thanked the public for their vigilance