A person who lights a fire on any land not forming part of a highway which consists of or comprises a carriageway or directs or permits a fire to be lit on any such land is guilty of an offence if in consequence thereof a user of any highway which consists of or comprises a carriageway is injured, interrupted or endangered by, or by smoke from, that fire or any other fire caused by that fire1, unless he can prove that at the time the fire was lit he was satisfied on reasonable
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