"Fire and other emergency services were called to Mid-UK recycling on the High Dyke at Wilsford earlier this morning where bales of waste were well alight.
"Police, Fire and Ambulance responders were at the scene and police toured the area advising residents to keep their windows closed as there was thick black smoke coming from the fire.
"A number of roads around the area have been closed. The cause of the fire is not yet known. There are no injuries."
01:57hrs 12 fire appliances, 1 water carrier, 1 hose layer & 1 high volume pump in attendance at a large fire on High Dike, Ancaster. (1/2)
(2/2) approx 100 x 100 metres of stacked of bailed rubbish & carpets well alight. Further details to follow as & when we get them
01:57hrs - High Dike, Ancaster. Residents close to incident are being advised to keep doors & windows closed whilst LFR deal with incident
Police say that the man killed in a fatal fire in Dinnington, near Rotherham this morning is believed to be 66-year-old Robert Walton.
An investigation is underway after a man died in a house fire in the village of Dinnington, near Rotherham.
Emergency services were called to a house in Meadow Street at around 1.45am.
The body of a man was found inside but he's not been named. The cause of the blaze isn't yet known although it's not thought to be suspicious.
An investigation is underway after a fatal house fire in the village of Dinnington, near Rotherham, in the early hours of Wednesday.
Emergency services were called to a house in Meadow Street at around 1.40am. The cause is not yet known. The identity of the victim has not been released by South Yorkshire Police.
The scrapyard fire at Ranskill is under Control. We've scaled back to one crew on scene. Our Fire Investigation team will be there later.
NFRS are currently in attendance at a large scrap yard fire in Ranskill. Approx 100 cars are involved and we have mobilised over 6 pumps.
Currently 5 pumps at a building fire on Station Road, Potterhanworth. Please avoid the area if possible and keep windows closed due to smoke
There will be a march from the Haworth Fire Station at 1pm today, as campaigners aim to prevent its closure.
It was originally due to close two years ago but is now due to shut on New Year's Eve.
"We continue to work with representatives from Haworth Parish Council and other potential partners to identify if it's feasible for the fire station to be used as a community facility."