In Northern Ireland, the gorse fires which have been caused in the Mourne Mountains in County Down would end with causing huge damage as blazes continue around the UK as stated by the National Trust.
The people living in the Northern Ireland are requested by the police not to come near the affected area for several days.
The fire was caused in the high lands near Belmont, Bacup and Ormskirk and Firefighters in Lancashire are still engaged in extinguishing the fire in those places.
Public in those places are warned to take care of themselves.
Near about 60 Firefighters from 68 different station of Northern Ireland are fighting gorse blazes.
It is expected by the officials that the fire was caused with an intention. They wanted to jeopardy the lives of the people and to diminish the resources.
Officials believe many of the fires were started knowingly. They say they could endanger lives, as resources are stretched and other calls for assistance cannot be responded to as quickly as usual.
Firefighters have been working on the bank holiday to exhaust the fires in the Scottish Highlands and in parts of Wales.
Dry weather has also become a reason for the spread of the fires.