PICTURES: Doncaster grassland blaze smoldering for four days in hot weather

The scorched land in Denaby.
The scorched land in Denaby.

Firefighters are still tackling a grassland blaze in Doncaster that has been smoldering for four days.

Crews were first called to land near Kilner Bridge, Denaby Main, on Sunday at 4.15pm.

Firefighters at the scene.

Firefighters at the scene.

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Several crews from Rotherham and Doncaster have kept returning to the site to keep the blaze under control.

Fire crews yesterday borrowed two 5000 litre water bowsers from Doncaster Council's highways department to help tackle the blaze.

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A fire service spokesperson said: "This meant we could release our high volume pump and a fire engine for other incidents."

In addition, a patch of grassland went up in flames off Parkland View, Lundwood, at 5.30pm last night.

Crews from Cudworth Fire Station were called out to tackle the blaze.

An open area was also set alight in Infirmary Road, Parkgate, just before 8pm.

Rotherham Central Station firefighters extinguished the blaze.

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pile of litter went up in flames at Lodge Lane, Dinnington, at 10pm.

Firefighters from Aston Fire Station spent 20 minutes tackling the flames.

A Ford Fiesta was set alight in Vale Road, Thrybergh, at 1.15am.

A crew from Rotherham Central Fire Station dealt with the blaze.