An eleventh night bonfire has been set alight in Lisburn
It comes just one day after a bonfire in Sandy Row, south Belfast was also set alight.
The Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service (NIFRS) received a call at 4.44am to a report of a bonfire alight at the Drumbeg Drive area of Lisburn in the early hours of Friday June 26.
One Fire Appliance from Lisburn Fire Station was deployed to the scene of a bonfire alight in the area.
One hose reel jet was used to deal with the incident. No property was damaged.
A NIFRS spokesman said: “The incident finished at 5:47am and is being treated as a deliberate fire. The incident has been passed to the Police Service of Northern Ireland.”
The bonfires are tradtionally set alight on July 11 ahead of the Twelfth of July parade.
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