Bonfire destroys outbuilding duringÂ busy night for South Yorkshire firefighters
An outbuilding was destroyed by a stray ember from a bonfire in Rotherham last night.
Three fire engines were called to Ridgeway, in East Herringthorpe at around 8pm last night.
When firefighters arrived they found a wooden outbuilding well alight.
It took around an hour for crews to extinguish the blaze, which is believed to have started from a stray ember from a bonfire.
In Sheffield, firefighters from Elm Lane station were called to Wordsworth Avenue,Â in Parson Cross when a stray firework set fire to fencing and bushes in a garden.
Around an hour later the crew went to Musgrave Drive, Shirecliffe, where a firework had landed in guttering, causing a small amount of damage.
Firefighters from Rivelin station attended a similar incident in Winn Grove, Middlewood.