"Arghhh makes me so angry. Stupid idiots!": Your reaction to the latest Winter Hill fire
Firefighters were called to tackle a blaze on Winter Hill yesterday
The crew used social media to issue the plea: "Currently attending large wildfire near to Winter Hill , please avoid the area and leave room for emergency vehicles."
The area around Winter Hill was subject to a similar blaze last year which took weeks to fully put out.
Make amoebas look intelligent
School and college have let out early due to Covid 19. Non-economically productive friends/neighbours, generally wearing the black hood and tracksuit bottoms, being thuggish and abusive will not improve any students future CV. No matter how bored you are, give it a miss, they have no prospects but you do.
Bbq time again absolutely lame brains
It's time time we started jailing them or big fines like in Italy. At least £3000. If out in a car against the rules. Seize and crush it
Arghhh makes me so angry stupid idiots
Lock them up idiots. We are on lockdown !!!!
What sort of morons are these people. Jail them!!!
Pathetic excuse for people
Words fail me
Well done to our firefighters, you're amazing xx
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