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Fire starters are ‘destroying local public areas’ – more deliberate blazes started in Brookfield

Posted on - 5th April, 2021 - 8:50pm | Author - | Posted in - Brookfield, Crime, Lancashire Police, Parks, Preston News, Ribbleton
A fire engine responding to deliberate park fires Pic: Preston Fire Station
A fire engine responding to deliberate park fires today Pic: Preston Fire Station

Preston firefighters have been called out multiple times to deliberate fires this Easter Monday.

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The anti-social behaviour fires were started throughout Monday 5 April in the Brookfield Park area.

Crews from Preston Fire Station have been in attendance, and police are also responding to the incidents.

Posting on Twitter, a spokesperson for Preston Fire Station said those responsible were “taking resources and destroying local public areas.”

A subsequent tweet said the Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service six-wheel drive off-road elite specialist unit had been responding to several deliberate grass and wheelie bin fires in the parks of Preston.

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Six-wheel specialist unit responds to deliberate park fires Pic: Preston Fire Station
Six-wheel specialist unit responds to deliberate park fires Pic: Preston Fire Station

Today’s fires follow a spate of 13 anti-social behaviour fires in the ten hours from 6pm on Sunday 4 April.

The incidents in Ribbleton, Deepdale and Plungington involved the deliberate ignition of grass, bushes, woodland and bins.

Read more: Multiple deliberate fires in Brookfield, Grange, Moor Nook, Deepdale and Plungington on Easter Sunday


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