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#356349 - 12th Oct 2009 1:38am Man Dies After Fire in Brighton Street Wallasey
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Looks like there's been a really bad fire in one of the flats that's between Brougham Road and Kenilworth Road, fire and police have been here for ages now and have closed that section of the road completely off.


Edited by _jase_ (12th Oct 2009 2:28pm)

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#356352 - 12th Oct 2009 1:58am Re: Man Dies After Fire in Brighton Street Wallasey [Re: SilentReader]
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#356356 - 12th Oct 2009 7:46am Re: Man Dies After Fire in Brighton Street Wallasey [Re: kimpri]
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I live a few doors up from the Londis shop which is on the end of brougham road, just heard loads of banging when I had a look out the window seen all te blue lights so went to have a butchers

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#356581 - 12th Oct 2009 1:55pm Re: Man Dies After Fire in Brighton Street Wallasey [Re: SilentReader]
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Anymore News? Pictures of the scene?

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#356604 - 12th Oct 2009 2:22pm Re: Man Dies After Fire in Brighton Street Wallasey
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36-year-old Wirral man dies after Wallasey flat fire


A 36-YEAR-OLD man has died after a fatal flat fire in Wallasey.

The blaze happened just after midnight today at flats above the Londis store on Brighton Street,

Three people were rescued by firefighters, but one of them died later in Arrowe Park Hospital.

The other two suffered smoke inhalation and an investigation into the cause of the fire has been started.

At this time, it is not thought to be suspicious.

The incident follows the death of a woman in July, who failed to escape a fire in a nearby flat on Brighton Street, above Beryls General Store.

THE ECHO

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#356623 - 12th Oct 2009 2:38pm Re: Man Dies After Fire in Brighton Street Wallasey [Re: ]
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#356674 - 12th Oct 2009 3:27pm Re: Man Dies After Fire in Brighton Street Wallasey [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Two words - smoke alarm. They cost the same as four cans of super strength lager.
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#356721 - 12th Oct 2009 4:20pm Re: Man Dies After Fire in Brighton Street Wallasey [Re: DavidB]
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I have always thought that ALL flats must be required by law to have smoke alarms, fire doors, fire extinguishes etc. I know our landlord has to.

If there is no smoke alarms in the flat then the landlord could be prosecuted.

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#356723 - 12th Oct 2009 4:23pm Re: Man Dies After Fire in Brighton Street Wallasey [Re: ]
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Smoke alarms are not the same cost as 4 cans of lager....






There FREE if you contact your local firestation

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#356726 - 12th Oct 2009 4:27pm Re: Man Dies After Fire in Brighton Street Wallasey [Re: Danny888]
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i no the man who died in the fire hes left kids behind and also a girlfriend who is 4 months pregnant to him such sad new like u sed fire alams dnt cost nothink but landlord shuda mad sure there was sum fitted


Edited by amycasey (12th Oct 2009 4:29pm)

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#356727 - 12th Oct 2009 4:30pm Re: Man Dies After Fire in Brighton Street Wallasey [Re: ]
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Originally Posted By: PaulWirral
I have always thought that ALL flats must be required by law to have smoke alarms, fire doors, fire extinguishes etc. I know our landlord has to.

If there is no smoke alarms in the flat then the landlord could be prosecuted.


I would think Paul is right, anyway hasn't the Fire brigade visited every property by now, I know they have been to ours a few times checking we have them and they work.
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#356729 - 12th Oct 2009 4:30pm Re: Man Dies After Fire in Brighton Street Wallasey [Re: amy123]
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Kids begging? Welcome to wiki, amy. Sad sad News for the pregnant girlfriend :-(
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#356730 - 12th Oct 2009 4:31pm Re: Man Dies After Fire in Brighton Street Wallasey [Re: amy123]
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Originally Posted By: amycasey
i no the man who died in the fire hes left kids behind and also a girlfriend who is 4 months pregnant to him such sad new like u sed fire alams dnt cost nothink but landlord shuda mad sure there was sum fitted


Yup, ridiculas really - Just one of many reasons why the new '£10k for derelict house repairs scheme' is a joke

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#356731 - 12th Oct 2009 4:35pm Re: Man Dies After Fire in Brighton Street Wallasey [Re: Danny888]
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what is the petition i ment to say behing not beging ha ? yeah so sad the girlfriens in a terrible mess was with him for 9 years

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#356735 - 12th Oct 2009 4:38pm Re: Man Dies After Fire in Brighton Street Wallasey [Re: amy123]
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Were with a h.a and have to let gas servicemen in once a year to check the appliances and they also test the smoke alarms. We liable to go to court if dont let them in.
Im not moaning im just saying these rules that protect landlord+ tennants should also apply to private landlords. Or are they supposed to already?
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