Bonfire night Arsonists’ attack the Dearne


Latest news in Yorkshire: November 06, 2018 11:27:14 AM

Wheelie bins, a sofa, grassland and tyres were all set on fire last
night (Monday 5th November 2018) by arsonists.

A sofa in an alleyway in Wath was targeted on Avenue Road at 9.50pm and
two wheelie bins in Auburn Road, Edlington, were deliberately torched at
8.20pm. Firefighters were at the scene for 80 minutes.

It was a busy Bonfire Night for firefighters who were called out to
deliberate grassland blaze in Munsbrough at 7.50pm. Firefighters from
Rivelin station attended the Broom Riddings incident for around an hour.

Rubbish and tyres were set alight in Bramley. Firefighters from Dearne
station were called to The Centre at 8pm and spent around 15 minutes
putting out the fire, a spokeswoman for South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue


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