Fires broke out on Saddleworth Moor, West Yorkshire, after the hottest winter day on record. Temperatures hit 21.2 degrees celsius in Kew Gardens, south-west London. The West Yorkshire fire and rescue service said it had up to 40 firefighters fighting the blaze on Tuesday night as an area of around 1.5 square kilometres was burning.
"It looked quite impressive, quite an intense fire."
Blazes caused high levels of substance linked to lung cancer, asthma and infant mortality.
Fire crews remain at the scene.
Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service described it as 'absolutely heartbreaking and unbelievable'.
There are 28 fire engines tackling the blaze near Bolton, England.
There are 28 fire engines tackling the blaze.
Fire chiefs hopeful of rain to aid their task.
'People are worried about it.'
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