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HOTEL FIRE NEW JOURNAL-44
 

Fire breaks out at country hotel


FIREFIGHTERS were called to a picturesque country house hotel near Malvern to tackle a fire.

The fire started at the Colwall Park Hotel, in Colwall, at 11.10am today when the chimney set alight.

One fire engine from Malvern was sent to the blaze before firefighters requested that a turntable ladder also be sent to the hotel.

A spokesman for Worcestershire and Herefordshire Fire and Rescue Service said chimney rods were used to remove soot from the chimney and a thermal image camera was used to help locate the fire, which had led to smoke logging in an upstairs bedroom.

Spokesman Alec Mackie said: "There was some smoke logging in an upstairs bedroom, but it was put out and the fire crew finished by 2.10pm."

A further inspection by firefighters using the thermal image camera equipment was due to take place at 6.30 to ensure all the flames were out.

 

Cricket teams evacuated from hotel
Wednesday, 07 Mar 2007 15:35
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Sponsored Links Four cricket teams staying in a Trinidadian hotel have had to be evacuated after a gas leak caused a fire in the building.

Reports from the Caribbean island suggest that the 15-man squads from South Africa, Canada, Ireland and Pakistan were all alerted to the incident and asked to leave the property at about GMT 12:00 (08:00 local time).

Security staff at the Hilton hotel were sent round to knock on doors and ensure that all the residents in the hotel were safe.

The South Africans, Irish and Canadians were all taken away from the site as soon as everyone was accounted for, although the Pakistan team opted to remain in the area.

Early reports suggest that three members of the hotel's staff were taken to hospital although there was no indication that any of the cricket players or other guests were injured.

"I have no idea what happened," commented Pakistani all-rounder Shahid Afridi.

"I had just woken up when the security man knocked on the door and said 'get out of the room', but I went back to sleep.

"Then he knocked again and said 'get out of the room', so I did and went downstairs."

Afridi and team-mate Mohammad Sami confirmed reports that a fire had broken out on the eighth floor of the hotel. Sami also noted that there was smoke in the corridor as he was ushered out of the building from his room on the sixth floor.

 

Fire at hotel

FIREFIGHTERS were called to a chimney fire at the Colwall Park Hotel on Tuesday.

A fire engine from Malvern was sent to the blaze, at 11.10am, before firefighters, which was then followed by a turntable ladder. Chimney rods were used to remove soot from the chimney and a thermal image camera was used to help locate the fire, which had led to smoke logging in an upstairs bedroom.

Fire service spokesman Alec Mackie said: "There was some smoke logging in an upstairs bedroom, but it was put out and the fire crew finished by 2.10pm."

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A further inspection by firefighters took place in the evening to ensure all flames were extinguished.

10:35am Friday 9th March 2007

 

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