Children break into electricity sub-station and start fire
FIREFIGHTERS have warned children that they are dicing with death.
A group of boys aged about 10 or 11 broke through the fence around an electricity sub-station and started a fire against the building on Sunday night.
A crew from Crownhill fire station was called to the building in Coombe Park Lane, West Park, at about 8pm, after the boys were spotted breaking in.
“Playing with fire around an electrical sub-station is not the recipe for a long life,” watch manager Jim Young said.
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“They are playing with a lethal current and could be killed.”
He said the children had piled rubbish and pallets against the wall and set fire to it. They ran off when the firefighters arrived.
Mr Young said he was asking local PCSOs to step up their patrols in the area.