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Grass fire believed to have been started deliberately

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WITNESSES are being sought after a grass fire was believed to have been started deliberately at Mill Lane, Winwick, Warrington, last night.

One fire engine attended from Warrington was called at at around 10.30pm on Wednesday evening following reports of a fire in the open in Mill Lane.
On arrival the crew found a section of grass well alight.
A water back pack and hand beaters were used to extinguish the flames.
It is believed that the fire had been started deliberately. Anyone with information is asked to call Cheshire Police on 101 quoting IML 709673.

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  1. It’s getting ridiculous the number of fires being started in and around Peel Hall and Peel Hall Park in the last month. Two have been reported on this online newspaper this week. The other this week was at the Peel Hall Park wooden bridge.
    Other incidents have been the metal bridge by the children’s play area where two pieces of equipment have been destroyed , near by at the big play area a wooden bench. Elsewhere a couple of smaller fires and in the oak wood plantation.

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