Firefighters called to blaze started deliberately in Doncaster hospital

Crews from three fire stations were called out to an arson attack on Friday night.

Monday, 28th June 2021, 1:34 pm

Firefighters from Doncaster, Adwick and Edlington attended a hospital on Cheswold Lane in Sprotbrough at 10.50pm.

There was a bedroom fire which is believed to have been started deliberately. Crews left the scene at 2am.

Three fire engines from Thorne and Doncaster stations were called out to a fire outside a premise but which had spread to the outside of the property at 5.20pm on Saturday on Church Road in Stainforth.

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The fire is believed to have been started deliberately. They left the scene at 8.20pm.

Three fire crews from Thorne and Doncaster stations attended an accidental incident involving a tumble dryer at 8.40pm on Kirton Lane in Stainforth, they were there until 10.10pm.

Edlington firefighters attended a deliberate rubbish fire on Regent Street, Balby, at 11.10pm last night. The fire crew left the scene at 11.25pm.

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