Town centre and village blazes started by arsonists
By Antony Clay | 10/08/2018
FIREFIGHTERS dealt with arson attacks in the town centre and a village within an hour of each other last night (Thursday).
A crew spent 20 minutes tackling a fire started deliberately among a pile of rubbish on Ship Hill at 9pm.
More debris was torched on Firbeck Lane, Laughton-en-le-Morthen, at 10pm.
A South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue spokeswoman said a crew was at the scene for 50 minutes.
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