FIREFIGHTERS in Sheffield were called to incidents on the same road within the space of four hours.
Their first-call out to Cobden View Road, Crookes, was to deal with a cooker hood extractor which caught fire after it developed a fault at around 10.30pm on Friday.
And at 2.30am on Saturday crews were called to a bin store which caught fire outside some flats.
Paramedics treated some residents for smoke inhalation. The second fire is believed to have been started accidentally.
TWO women had to be helped from their car after it left a road in Barnby Dun, Doncaster, and landed in a ditch.
They were travelling along Fourstead Lane when the car ran out of control.
Paramedics and firefighters helped the women from the vehicle.
AN investigation is underway into the cause of a blaze which broke out in the roof space of a house on Lindsay Avenue, Parson Cross, Sheffield, in the early hours of yesterday.
Fire crews were alerted to the blaze at 2.45am and spent around three hours at the scene.
Firefighters said the occupants of the property were out when they arrived. Nobody was injured.
THE A629 at Wortley was closed from the A616 up to Thurgoland after a collision between a Ford Fiesta and Renault Clio on Friday afternoon.
It caused tailbacks in the area as motorists were forced to find alternative routes.
FIREFIGHTERS were called out to a house on Rosamond Place, Bradway, Sheffield, after a fridge caught fire at 11.30pm on Saturday.
A faulty motor was to blame.
The kitchen was smoke-logged but nobody was hurt.
FIRE crews extinguished an out of control bonfire burning on Eastern Drive, Arbourthtorne, Sheffield.
The blaze was reported at 12.30am yesterday.