It’s been a hectic Boxing Day for emergency services in Huddersfield .

Floods, fires and car crashes have taken place across Kirklees and Calderdale, stretching resources to the limit.

Firefighters from Huddersfield, Rastrick, Dewsbury and Cleckheaton have been out for most of the day.

Huddersfield station crew commander Paul Gyde said it was one of the busiest days he could remember with ten incidents between 8am and 6pm.

The two fire engines were called out first to a suspicious house fire at Croft Cottage Lane in Hillhouse.

The incident at 8am today is being treated as deliberate. No one was injured and there was some damage to the property.

At 10am a crew rescued three people from the floods in Calderdale .

They were called to a vehicle that was submerged at Rochdale Road at Ripponden and were assisted by a pump from Dewsbury.

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At 11am firefighters were needed to pump out a flooded house at Chapel Road, also in Ripponden.

At 12.30pm Huddersfield was joined by Mirfield and Odsal crews to attend a serious crash near Mamas and Papas on Colne Bridge Road.

Four cars had collided on the humpback bridge and two people were injured.

Firefighters had to cut the side from a maroon Ford Fiesta to extract the victims.

The Yorkshire Air Ambulance attended but was not needed. The victims were taken to HRI.

A four car crash at Colne Bridge. Two victims were taken to HRI.

At 3.15pm the Huddersfield crew was called to rescue ten people from the flooded Premier Inn hotel between Cooper Bridge and Brighouse.

The River Calder burst its banks and completely flooded the hotel and the adjacent Corn Mill Lodge restaurant.

Police closed the entire Wakefield Road for several hours as that also became submerged in several inches of water.

Three firefighters wearing special water rescue gear waded into the hotel to guide the people to safety through two-feet of water.

Wakefield Road between Cooper Bridge and the M62 was completely closed after the River Calder burst its banks by the Premier Inn hotel

At 4.30pm the crew went to another flood incident at Sowerby Bridge where a grandad and his grandson had become stuck on a wall.

The 71-one-year-old and ten-year-old boy were brought down safely.

“I can’t believe how busy it’s been today,” said Crew Commander Gyde.

The crew is on duty again tomorrow when more floods are predicted.