A firefighter suffered a burn to the top when a gang of youngsters hurled fireworks at a crew.
The firefighters had been tackling an out-of-control bonfire at Crumpsall Park in Blackley, Manchester, when the crew attacked them on Thursday night.
One firework hit 50-year-former gaze supervisor Paul Marston, lodging below the help of his helmet.
Mr Marston suffered burns to his hair and pores and skin and was dealt with on the scene ahead of being taken to hospital.
He talked about: “As quickly as we noticed fireworks being lit we bought a technique of what was about to occur.
“When I was hit, the peril wasn’t the merchandise I endure in thoughts most clearly nevertheless the affect, adopted by the unsuitable odor of burning hair.”
Mr Marston, who has been a firefighter for 27 years and by no means been injured whereas working, talked about he was left “shaken”.
His accidents had been not discovered to be extreme.
Jim Wallace, chief hearth officer for Higher Manchester Fireside & Rescue Provider, described the incident as “frightful”.
He added: “I am relieved Mr Marston is protected and efficiently nevertheless the reality is the incident would possibly maybe had been so quite extra extreme.
“Firefighters set up their our bodies on the toll highway protecting communities and it’s a great distance a foul ample job with out inconsiderate anti-social people posing a legitimate menace to somebody’s security, even their existence.”
Higher Manchester Police would possibly maybe not confirm whether or not or not anyone had been arrested.