A full investigation will begin today into the cause of a house fire that left a two-year-old girl dead, the South Yorkshire Fire Service said.
"A team of firefighters wearing breathing apparatus entered the property and located the fire in an upstairs bedroom, the fire service said in a statement. "A young child was rescued from the bedroom but sadly died."
A 2-year-old girl has died in a house fire in Conisbrough. South Yorkshire Fire Service were called out at 7.50pm this evening to the property on Don Street. Four other children - it's thought one a baby - were involved. Emergency crews are still at the scene.
Five children including a toddler and a baby have been involved in a serious house fire In Conisbrough outside Doncaster. The blaze on Don Street is believed to have started in a bedroom in the last couple of hours.
The situation is still ongoing with emergency crews at the scene. The condition of the children is not yet known.
Police are appealing for information after an alleged serious assault in Rotherham town centre which left a 22 year old Conisborough man with a fractured cheekbone.
It is believed he had a disagreement with a group of four men, and an unidentified man from the group punched him in the face.
Another man from the group allegedly also punched him, and when he fell to the ground, it is reported that a third man allegedly kicked him in the face.
Police have since arrested a 20-year-old man and a 22-year-old man , but would like to trace two other men who reportedly left the scene.
One is described as white with short, dark brown or black hair, of medium build. He is believed to have been wearing a dark top with blue jeans. The second is described as white with very short light blond hair, of stocky build. He is believed to have been wearing a dark top with blue jeans.