Yorkshire news Residents ordered to leave homes as fire destroys 3-storey house MetiNews.Com
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Breaking News ! A fire has destroyed a three-storey house after a blaze broke out this morning in Doncaster. Firefighters have been battling the fire at the semi-detached house in Netherhall Road from around 5am, with one fire engine still on scene as of 10.30am. Families were ordered to leave their homes by South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service, however there have been no reports of anyone injured. A spokesperson said: "We were called at 5.02am to an incident on Nether Hall Road in Doncaster. "We currently still have one fire engine on scene. It was a 3-storey semi-detached property well alight." The cause of the fire remains unclear and an investigation is underway. An eyewitness said firefighters appeared to have the flames under control by about 8am.
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"Quite a few police cars and also a fire engine (were there). No smoke, and everything seemed calm." Nether Hall Road has been closed in both directions since 6.30am between Sunny Bar and Christchurch while emergency services have been carrying out their work. A spokesperson for South Yorkshire Police said they were working closely with the fire service. Traffic in the area remains heavy and drivers are advised to find alternative routes. Download the YorkshireLive app to customise the news that matters to you and get the latest updates first.
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