Three more deliberate rubbish fires in Doncaster this week - the latest fire incidents

South Yorkshire Firefighters have had to put our three deliberate rubbish fires in Doncaster this week.

It has been another busy week for Doncaster fire crews.

There has been a further three deliberate fires involving rubbish – one including a wheelie bin.

On October 12 Thorne firefighters were called out to a deliberate rubbish fire at 7:20pm on Waggons Way, Stainforth, Doncaster.

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The crew left the scene at 7:55pm.

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On October 13 a wheelie bin was deliberately set on fire at 7:10pm on Balk Lane, Woodlands, Doncaster.

Firefighters from Adwick station attended the incident.

They left at 7:25pm.

On October 14 Thorne firefighters were called out to a deliberate rubbish fire at 8:05pm on East Lane, Stainforth, Doncaster.

The crew left at 8:45pm.

On October 15 Dearne firefighters were called out to an accidental fire involving grassland at 12:05am on Pitt Street, Mexborough, Doncaster.

The crew came away at 12:20am.

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