london - The 39-year-old Natasha Elcock has saved herself, her friend and her six-year-old daughter of death. By a clever plan, the family managed to escape fire that broke out on Wednesday in a flat in London on Wednesday.
The family, who lived on the eleventh floor of the apartment, could not cope with the fire. After they had been advised to stay in their flat by telephone, Natasha decided that she had to come into action.
Natasha came up with the idea of running the bath and flooding the bathroom. As a result, it remained damp in the room. 'That saved our lives. '
Having caught ninety minutes in the burning flat, the family was told that it was safe and they could come outside. 'We tried the front door, but it was too hot. 'The doors and windows were broken and everything shook. It was dead. '
Fortunately, the firemen knew the family and they were brought to hospital quickly, because of the smoke they had inhaled.
The Sun reported Friday that 65 people are still missing. It is feared that they were killed. The number of people who came alive by fire rose to seventeen on Thursday.