Firefighters have been called to a blaze in Huncoat where rubbish had been recently fly tipped.
Two crews from Hyndburn fire station were called to Altham Lane on Sunday, October 23 at around lunchtime.
A section of the dumped rubbish had been set alight and crews used hose reels and shovels to put out the blaze, which took almost two hours to extinguish.
Around 30 wagons of waste were dumped at the site, near Huncoat, last week, transforming the popular dog walking spot into a something resembling a landfill site.
That was just days after firefighters were called out on the night of Thursday, October 13 after 100 tonnes of waste was set alight at Rakehead Quarry.
The Environment Agency is leading an investigation after the household and industrial waste was left at the Altham Lane site sometime between October 14 and 16.
Lancashire Police are continuing to investigate the ‘industrial level’ fly tipping and have urged anyone with any information to contact police on 101 quoting log reference 1035 of October 17.