A van burst into flames in a vacant block of land in Tolland, near the intersection of Glenfield Road and Red Hill Road earlier today.
Turvey Park Fire and Rescue NSW extinguished the flame early on Friday morning, however they were forced to return a second time when the van reignited.
Station officer Justin Bentley said the second fire was possibly due to the van's battery reigniting, but that it was only a minor fire.
"There was no danger to property, persons, or anything. It was in an open paddock," Mr Bentley said.
"Police will be investigating how the car came to be there, and how the car came to be set alight."
Mr Bentley said Turvey Park firefighters were all too familiar with that stretch of land, which used to have a house that caught fire five times.
One of the neighbours who lives right next door to that plot of land is Curtis Gage, who said he'd been worried about the fire spreading to his own property.
"I came out the front about 11 o'clock for a smoke and it was on fire," Mr Gage said.
"I was worried the flames would come over onto my lawn. It was pretty crazy."
Gordan McCreadie was able to see the thick plumes of smoke from his house down the road, and when he came to see the source the van was already engulfed in flames.
"The first time we saw black smoke, and the second times it was in flames," Mr McGreadie said.
"It was pretty intense."
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