Derbyshire Fire and Rescue are reminding residents that a hoax call to the service can land you a criminal record
It's after firefighters attended attended what they believed to be a domestic property fire on Summerfield Road in Dronfield this morning.
However following an investigation it turned out to be a false alarm.
09:27 @DronfieldOnCall & @SYFR #Lowedges attended a domestic property fire on Summerfield Rd #Dronfield. Following investigation, it was confirmed to be a #FalseAlarm; believed to be a #Hoax call.⚠️Making hoax 999 calls can result in phone disconnection &/or a criminal record!— Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service (@DerbyshireFRS) February 21, 2020