Overnight incidents – 29/30 July

Firefighters from Aston Park were called to Leicester Road, Dinnington, at 8.35pm. Upon arrival they found a large amount of fly tipped rubbish – including tyres, old door frames and mattresses – well alight. This was dealt with by 9.14pm and is thought to have been started deliberately.

Firefighters from Cudworth were called to Shepherd Lane, Thurnscoe, at 9.20pm. Upon arrival they found a commercial wheelie bin well alight. This was dealt with by 9.50pm and is thought to have been started deliberately.

Firefighters from Doncaster were called to Horse Shoe Court, Balby, at 9.56pm. Upon arrival they found a set of conifers on fire in the back garden of a property. This was dealt with by 10.45pm and is thought to have been started deliberately.

Firefighters from Doncaster were called to Queen Mary’s Road, New Rossington, at 11.18pm. Upon arrival they found a Nissan Duke well alight. This was dealt with by 11.59pm and is thought to have been started deliberately.

Firefighters from Maltby were called to Sandbeck Lane, Tickhill, at 0.32am. Upon arrival they found a car, believed to be a Subaru, well alight. This was dealt with by 1.26am and is thought to have been started deliberately.

Firefighters from Central were called to Chapel Walk, Sheffield, at 3.22am. Upon arrival they found two large industrial bins well alight. This was dealt with by 3.45am and is thought to have been started deliberately.

 

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