Resident suffers smoke inhalation in Doncaster house fire

Warren Road, Doncaster. Picture: Google
Warren Road, Doncaster. Picture: Google

A resident needed treatment for smoke inhalation after a fire broke out inside a Doncaster home.

The blaze was started accidentally when a deep fat fryer ignited in the kitchen of a property in Warren Road, Conisbrough.

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A fire service spokeswoman said one person inside was treated for smoke inhalation at the scene but did not need hospital treatment.

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Crews from Dearne Valley and Rotherham Central fire stations were called to the scene on Saturday at 12.20pm and spent about 90 minutes tackling the blaze.