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Wolverhampton student flat save: 8th September 2017

October 3, 2017

Wolverhampton student flat save:  8th September 2017

 

At 23:00 hours on Friday 8th September 2017, West Midlands Fire Service received a call to Liberty Heights, a 25 storey student accommodation block in Wolverhampton.

 

A fire had occurred when a fat pan was left unattended but when FRS personnel attended the flat, the fire had been extinguished by one head on the buildings sprinkler system.

 

Previously known as Victoria Hall, Liberty Heights was constructed in 2009 and is a reinforced concrete, clad building with an L shaped plan measuring  10m x 20m. It consists of two blocks, the tallest of which is 25 storeys.

 

FRS personnel were engaged in clear up operations after the event but no fire-fighting action was required

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