Monday, 12 July 2010

Massive Fire In Kingston



A massive fire has broken out in the top floors of a tower block in Kingston's Cambridge Estate, with smoke visible for miles around (including from Worcester Park).

Around 75 firefighters are in attendance.




8 COMMENTS (Add Yours Now!):

mina said...

My nephew was there and saved a babys life.

Anonymous said...

I thought I'd left the grill on - then I looked out the window and realised it was something more serious. Hope no-one was hurt

Anonymous said...

MINA, they are looking for the lad who saved a baby - theres the email: drankin@london.newsquest.co.uk.

Ian Morris said...

Can we now and forever refer to this day as 12/7?

Carl said...

Firefighters still investigating this morning at 6.45 when I drove past, and more news here:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/10609647.stm

Anonymous said...

I read that the lad who saved the baby was called Tommy Mackay what a hero his family should be proud

Anonymous said...

Thankfully, it's been confirmed, nobody was hurt.

Authorities are now investigating the cause.

Andy Hedger said...

I lived in mingley for about 13 years. . . And loved every minute! To see these pictures just tears me up as the thirteenth floor has now gone! What memories! :( I hope everyone got out safely and the memories of madingley lives on in others!

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