Reports of smoke coming from windows of top floor of 3 storey building.  On arrival, crews made pumps 10, persons reported. This is a timber framed building in an eco development, the fire is on the second floor. 4 breathing apparatus, 3 hose reel jets and 2 large jets in use. There proved to be no persons involved.

We are in attendance at an incident in North Street, Keighley where a fire has spread from a takeaway to flats above. We were called at 9.20am this morning to the fire and we currently have crews from Keighley, Bingley, Shipley, Stanningley, Morley, Fairweather Green, Illingworth, Bradford, Odsal,  Ilkley, Rothwell, Killingbeck, Cleckheaton, Cookridge, Rawdon, and Todmorden in attendance. A crew from across the border in Skipton has also joined us and we have aerial support from Leeds and Huddersfield.

Derelict Building Fire - Make Pumps 4 & Aerial 1

Derelict school, 30% involved in fire, building size 50m x 30m. 

6 breathing apparatus, 3 hose reel jets and 1 large jet were used. 

Fire engines from Moortown, Cookridge & Leeds attended. Aerial and aerial support attended from Bradford and Stanningley. 

Report of building fire, on arrival this was made pumps 5 and aerials 1, then pumps 8 aerials 2, with persons reported trapped.

This is a three storey building with ground floor restaurant and two floors residential, fire from roof.  One large jet, two aerials, 2 hose reels and 8 breathing apparatus used.

Fire crews attended a fire at a terraced domestic property, the fire was located on the 3rd floor attic. 4 breathing apparatus, 2 hose reel jets and 1 positive pressure ventilation fan was used. 1 male casualty suffered from smoke inhalation. 

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.