Tyre fire in Horsham started deliberately

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Firefighters were called to deal with a fire that was believed to have been started intentionally.

Four fire engines from West Sussex Fire and Rescue attended the scene in Loxwood Road, Horsham, to deal with a large pile of burning tyres at 12.15pm.

It took the firefighters a number of hours to get the blaze under control and it is believed that the fire was started deliberately.

The fire has since been dealt with and firefighters have now left the scene. 

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5:40pm Sun 16 Mar 14

the red head says...

Did they need a snooze? Maybe re-tyre the headline?
Did they need a snooze? Maybe re-tyre the headline? the red head
  • Score: 10

5:43pm Sun 16 Mar 14

the red head says...

the red head wrote:
Did they need a snooze? Maybe re-tyre the headline?
And maybe spellcheck the rest too... Sheesh, is their an apprentice in the house?
[quote][p][bold]the red head[/bold] wrote: Did they need a snooze? Maybe re-tyre the headline?[/p][/quote]And maybe spellcheck the rest too... Sheesh, is their an apprentice in the house? the red head
  • Score: 5

5:48pm Sun 16 Mar 14

Bubble Me says...

Perhaps they were American tyres. Well dealt with by the fyre brigade it seems!
Perhaps they were American tyres. Well dealt with by the fyre brigade it seems! Bubble Me
  • Score: 8

7:42pm Sun 16 Mar 14

sussexram40 says...

Well done to the Fyre Service for putting out the burning tires.
Well done to the Fyre Service for putting out the burning tires. sussexram40
  • Score: 1

8:05pm Sun 16 Mar 14

Bristol VR says...

A six year old could done better than this with writing the article. Tyres do not have an I in the word....it's TYRES not tires and you don't spell DEALT without an a in it. Dreadful English from someone who obviously shouldn't be writing for a newspaper!
A six year old could done better than this with writing the article. Tyres do not have an I in the word....it's TYRES not tires and you don't spell DEALT without an a in it. Dreadful English from someone who obviously shouldn't be writing for a newspaper! Bristol VR
  • Score: 8

11:18pm Sun 16 Mar 14

greeg2 says...

Bubble Me wrote:
Perhaps they were American tyres. Well dealt with by the fyre brigade it seems!
Exactly ! Anyone who needs to spell-check tyre has got to be really thick.
[quote][p][bold]Bubble Me[/bold] wrote: Perhaps they were American tyres. Well dealt with by the fyre brigade it seems![/p][/quote]Exactly ! Anyone who needs to spell-check tyre has got to be really thick. greeg2
  • Score: 1

7:12am Mon 17 Mar 14

Martin999 says...

Just when you thought the standard of journalism couldn't get any lower.........
Just when you thought the standard of journalism couldn't get any lower......... Martin999
  • Score: 1

7:13pm Mon 17 Mar 14

Iona Ferrari says...

Bristol VR wrote:
A six year old could done better than this with writing the article. Tyres do not have an I in the word....it's TYRES not tires and you don't spell DEALT without an a in it. Dreadful English from someone who obviously shouldn't be writing for a newspaper!
almost as bad as yours
[quote][p][bold]Bristol VR[/bold] wrote: A six year old could done better than this with writing the article. Tyres do not have an I in the word....it's TYRES not tires and you don't spell DEALT without an a in it. Dreadful English from someone who obviously shouldn't be writing for a newspaper![/p][/quote]almost as bad as yours Iona Ferrari
  • Score: -1

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