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UK News Police now helping with Lancefield Quay fire investigation

23:45  12 december  2019
23:45  12 december  2019 Source:   heatworld.com

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Lancefield Quay was still closed, more than 48 hours after fire ripped through the building on Monday night, forcing about 200 people from their homes. It is believed that up to 30 flats are badly damaged. Fire crews have remained at the scene, which is still deemed unsafe, and an investigation is ongoing.

More than 60 firefighters tackled a blaze that badly damaged the Lancefield Quay apartments. It broke out in the three-storey complex in Lancefield Quay on Monday evening. There were no reports of injuries but the building, one of the first river side developments in the 1980s, was badly damaged.

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Police are now helping with an investigation in to the cause of a fire at a block of flats in Glasgow that forced 200 residents out of their homes.

The blaze started at Lancefield Quay at about 6:40 pm on Monday.

Residents were told at a meeting today they would not get back into the building until next week at least.

A Police Scotland spokesperson told Clyde News: "We are assisting the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service who are leading the investigation into the fire.

"As yet, no criminality has been established."

The area surrounding the flats has been cordoned off and the road will be closed until further notice.

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  Glasgow Flats Fire: Firefighters Tackle Large Blaze In City Centre Around 60 firefighters are tackling a large blaze at a block of flats in Glasgow city centre. The alarm was raised about the incident at the three-storey Lancefield Quay at 6.43pm on Monday. Crews were met with a “well-developed” fire within the second floor of the building. The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) sent 12 appliances to the scene, as well as specialist officers and resources. There have been no reports of any injuries and Police Scotland is in attendance to assist.Glasgow City Council has closed Lancefield Quay between Hydepark Street and Elliot Street.An SFRS spokeswoman said: “The SFRS was alerted at 6.43pm to reports of a fire in a building.

More than 60 firefighters have tackled a blaze at a block of flats in Glasgow. It broke out in the three-storey block in Lancefield Quay at about on Monday evening. There were no reports of injuries but the building was badly damaged.

Police Scotland is also in attendance. Glasgow City Council has closed Lancefield Quay between Hydepark Street and Elliot Street. "Operations control mobilised 12 appliances top the city's Lancefield Quay where firefighters were met with a fire on the second floor of a three-storey building."

60.firefighters worked through the night to tackle the blaze - it's feared at least 30 flats are badly damaged.

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