The Dronfield Fire Station have received multiple reports of fly-tipped waste being set on fire across the area – with occurrences in Dronfield Nature Park, Holmesfield, Coal Aston and Barlow.
Fire crews believe that these blazes, which have taken place over recent days, were started deliberately – tying up their resources and delaying their response to emergencies where there is a risk to life.
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Anyone with information about these incidents is asked to report it anonymously to FireStopppers either online by calling 0800 169 5558.