Firefighters were called to reports of three fires blazing on a road in Coventry last night (September 1).

Foleshill station received the call yesterday evening and attended the incident on Parrots Grove.

Upon arrival, they found three large piles of fly-tipped rubbish ablaze.

They spent some time putting out the flames after rubbish dumped on the side of the road had been set alight.

The fire crew said the call was made by residents on the street who are frustrated at the regular fly-tipping on their road.



White watch tackled the blaze yesterday evening

Fortunately, nobody was injured in incident and the fires were put out successfully.

Foleshill fire station posted two images of the fires, with the caption: “White Watch out grafting, Tackling several fires involving discarded waste”.

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