A busy Sheffield City Centre street was cordoned off for almost two hours last night, as firefighters attempted to extinguish a fire that had broken out on the roof of a building.
The blaze broke out at a building on Holly Street at around 10pm.
Two engines and an aerial pump were sent out to tackle the fire.
A South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue spokesman said the blaze broke out at a building currently being renovated, which is believed to have been caused by 'cleared rubble'.
Holly Street was blocked off until just before midnight, and a police cordon was put into place. Pinfold Street and Trippet Lane were also closed as a precaution.