South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue

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South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue
Operational area
Country  England
County  South Yorkshire
Facilities and equipment
Stations 20
Website
Official website

South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue is the statutory fire and rescue service for the area of South Yorkshire, England. The service covers the areas of Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield[1]

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Stations[edit]

South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue officer fighting a fire at a reclamation yard in July 2013

The service currently has a total of 20 fire stations across South Yorkshire, of which four operate only part-time.[2]

The stations can be found in:[2]

Barnsley
Barnsley
Cudworth
Penistone
Tankersley
Doncaster District
Adwick-le-Street
Askern, Doncaster
Edlington
Rossington
Thorne
Rotherham District
Aston Park
Dearne
Maltby
Rotherham
Sheffield
Birley Moor
Central
Elm Lane
Lowedges
Parkway
Rivelin
Stocksbridge

Two new fire stations are now open at Parkway and Birley in Sheffield replacing the stations at Mansfield Road, Darnall and Mosborough.

Appliances[edit]

  • 18 Water Rescue Ladders (WRL)
  • 4 Heavy Rescue Pumps (HRP)
  • 1 Aerial Ladder Platform (ALP)
  • 2 Turntable Ladders (TL)
  • 1 Water Rescue Unit
  • 1 Water Carrier
  • 2 Incident Command Units
  • 1 B.A Support Unit
  • 1 Incident Response Unit
  • 2 High-Volume Pumps
  • 1 Line Rescue Unit
  • 2 Small Fire Units

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