Three arson attacks in one night

By Antony Clay | 02/06/2017

Three arson attacks in one night

ARSONISTS struck three times last night across Rotherham.

A fire crew was called to a fence and hedging blaze on Wingfield Road, Wingfield, at 8pm yesterday evening and spent half an hour at the scene.

The fire was started deliberately.

At 8.35pm, firefighters had to put out a fire amongst rubbish inside a derelict building on Foundry Street, Elsecar.

Three fire crews were called and spent half an hour at the scene.

At 3.50am this morning, a skip fire started on purpose occurred on a service road leading to the Asda store in Dalton. 

Again, fire offciers spent around 30 minutes at the scene.


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