Large Fire Hedon Road Saltend. Road Closed. Public to avoid area. Power Outages also. Power Companies aware.
Firefighters are at the scene of a recycling plant on an industrial estate on Hedon Road. The A1033 road is closed in both directions due to the fire.
Five people have died following a serious fire at a house in Sheffield. The blaze broke out in Sharrow early this morning.
The people who died are believed to be two adult females and three young children. An investigation has commenced, involving police and fire officers, to establish the cause of the fire.
Firefighters have been tackling a large fire at an onion factory in Sorby Street in Sheffield which started at noon on Saturday.
At its height eight fire engines were involved. Workers at the factory had all been evacuated safely before fire crews arrived.
Firefighters wearing breathing apparatus worked hard to prevent the fire from spreading to other buildings on the commercial estate. On Sunday morning, one fire engine remained at the scene as a precaution.
An investigation into the cause of the fire will now take place.
A family-run farm shop in Huddersfield almost destroyed by fire is to be rebuilt.
Hinchcliffe's was struck by a devastating fire in 2010, but Kirklees Council has granted full planning permission for a new farm shop and restaurant on the site.
"The fire destroyed our buildings but it never destroyed our passion,’ said director Simon Hirst. ‘We’ve continued to provide pasture to plate food in the subsequent three years and have been consistently buoyed along the way by the enthusiasm and loyalty of both our staff and customers.
"This decision is great news for all of us – it’s the best Christmas present any of us could have wished for."
When Yorkshire farmer Rachel Robinson made a 999 call to the fire brigade after her farm had been targeted by arsonists, she assumed the brigade would come to her rescue in minutes.
But the fire service was on strike and what Rachel didn't know was that her emergency call had been misdirected to London. That left her and her husband to fight the fire at their farm near Halifax by themselves. Now the couple are demanding an explanation and an apology, as Chris Kiddey reports.
In the next few minutes, members of the Fire Brigades Union will walk out for the second time in a week in a row over pensions.
The strike will last from 6am until 8am. A walk-out was also held on Friday night, which the fire service say "passed safely"