arnhem - The fire brigade in London has been able to get people living alive from the burning residential tower during the morning. That says René Hagen, Lector Fire Prevention of the Fire Department.
Hagen is in contact with colleagues in London and knows that the firefighter has now penetrated into the twenty-fourth floor of the Greenfell Tower. That flew last night, causing six deaths and tens of injured.
The building has only one stairwell building according to the building drawings that Hagen has seen. In addition, it would not be well separated, meaning that the only escape route for the residents of the building was already full of smoke.
'Still, people have been taken alive from the building. They have closed and awaited doors, 'he told The Telegraph. How many people have been saved now that the worst fire has been extinguished is not known.\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Photo: EPA
Hagen considers that there is such a fire in the Netherlands, in which a whole dwelling tower is on fire in a short period of time. 'But if you asked me if this could happen in London, I would have said no. So never say never, but this is very exceptional. ''