ER Editor: July, as many observant people are noticing, is turning out to be a weirdly eventful month, especially in terms of governments falling or otherwise getting themselves into trouble. We are of course thinking of Japan, the UK, France, Germany, Estonia and major eruptions in Sri Lanka.
A few days ago we reported on a series of four fires in Rome, the last 2 of which occurred conveniently on adjacent weekends. The media ran the gamut of explanations not very convincingly. See the article we put out on this:
Salisbury Plain in England’s south-west has just had six days of fires. This one is far easier to explain: ‘live firing exercises’ and ‘pre-deployment training’. No matter, a series of many fires it seems started on July 11, and by yesterday, July 15, they were supposed to have been put out, only to restart this morning.
BREAKING: Salisbury Plain on fire AGAIN – just 24 hours after flames were extinguished https://t.co/anI5JaUQei
— Wiltshire 999s (@Wiltshire999s) July 16, 2022
We are aware that some areas of #Salisbury Plain have re-ignited and we are liaising with the MOD. We are unable to assist at this time as we cannot safely extinguish the fires due to their location but we will continue to monitor the situation@mod_dio @DWFireControl pic.twitter.com/IjVeR9QhCz
— Dorset&Wiltshire FRS (@DWFireRescue) July 16, 2022
Salisbury Plain contains at minimum a large area for British army training, one of its largest training sites in fact, as well as the iconic Stonehenge and other archaeologically noteworthy areas. It is not an area without significance on a number of levels, therefore. And it may be far more topographically speaking than just a ‘plain’.
The two maps below show the regions around Enford and Urchfont where some of the fires had broken out. Residents of the area complained of experiencing massive volumes of smoke with a stench in non-windy weather conditions:
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Check out the following reports:
See also this from the exclusive Belgravia area of London two days ago, July 14:
Image of Stonehenge courtesy of www.visitwiltshire.co
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