Reports of a house on fire, on arrival this was a kitchen fire, 2 hose reels and 4 breathing apparatus used, minor injuries to occupant of the house.

Appliances attended from Halifax, Illingworth, Rastrick and Odsal

Road traffic collision, two vehicles involved, two persons trapped and one vehicle on fire.

On arrival crews extinguished the fire and rescued the two casualties from the other vehicle, casualties were handed over to paramedics.

Report of house fire with persons trapped inside.  Due to the number of calls and information received, 5 fire engines were sent.

On arrival this was a house 5m x 3m 100% involved in fire, an adjoining house was also 100% involved in fire.  6 breathing apparatus 3 hose reels and a positive pressure ventilation fan was used.  A third property was also partially involved.

Reports of a dog that had entered a fox hole and was unable to get out.  A Technical Rescue officer was sent to assess the situation before the Technical Rescue equipment was requested from Cleckheaton Fire Station.

The dog could be heard down the hole, but cameras were used to confirm the location and the dog was successfully dug out by the Technical Rescue team and reunited with its owner.

Report of house fire persons reported, on arrival all persons were out of the property.

One hose reel and two breathing apparatus used.  The Ambulance was requested for 2 casualties; one male with burns to hands and back, and one male with burns to feet.

Report of a house on fire.  On arrival this was a bedroom fully involved in fire, crews used 2 hose reels and 4 breathing apparatus.

Oxygen therapy was given to the occupier by the fire service due to smoke inhalation and an ambulance was requested.

Just after 2:40am we received reports of a fire inside a commercial building on Bradford Road, Batley. 

On arrival, fire crews escalated the incident to six crews and two aerial appliances, and then further increased to ten crews.  Fire crews are currently using three large jets, two aerial appliances, two hose reels and two breathing apparatus to extinguish the blaze.

More than 15 crews from across the service are currently fighting a large fire in a four-storey building on Sunbridge Rd, central Bradford, following a call at 01:33am today.

Please avoid the area if possible while emergency services tackle the incident.

Specialist teams are also in attendance.