Mattresses, tyres, bins and a van all set on fire deliberately in Doncaster

There has been a series of deliberate fires in Doncaster including wheelie bins, a mattress and a van.

Monday, 15th November 2021, 11:16 am

On November 10 Doncaster firefighters were called out to a deliberate garden fire at 7pm on Florence Avenue, Balby, Doncaster.

The crew left the scene at 7:25pm.

Firefighters from Doncaster station attended a deliberate car fire at 7:55pm on Short Road, Intake, Doncaster.

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There have been many deliberate fires in Doncaster.

The crew came away at 8:20pm.

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A number of tyres and a mattress were on fire at 8:05pm on Axholme Road, Wheatley, Doncaster.

The fire is believed to have been started deliberately.

Firefighters from Doncaster station attended the incident. They left at 8:45pm.

On November 11 Doncaster firefighters were called out to a deliberate wheelie bin fire at 4:30am on Queens Road, Wheatley, Doncaster.

The crew left the scene at 4:40am.

Doncaster firefighters were called out to a deliberate rubbish fire at 8:35pm on Shirley Road, Hexthorpe, Doncaster.

The crew left the scene at 9:05pm.

Two fire crews from Askern and Adwick stations were called out to a small fire on waste land at 10:20pm on Lodge Road, Carcroft, Doncaster.

The fire is believed to have been started deliberately.

The crews came away at 10:50pm.

On Saturday, November 13 Adwick firefighters were called out to a deliberate van fire at 9:55pm on Shaftholme Lane, Shaftholme, Doncaster.

The fire crew came away at 10:45pm.

On Sunday, November 14 central firefighters were called out to an accidental bin fire at 7:45pm on Station Road, Stainforth, Doncaster.

The crew left the scene at 8pm.

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