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An exploding fridge???
15 June 2017 13:01 Post ID: #1539508 - in reply to #1539463
GeroniMO
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I shouldn't really be guessing at this.

That fire supposedly started in the kitchen of a flat lower down the block, the person in that kitchen went and got a neighbour, this has been reported as unconfirmed.

What happened next is the unknown, if the inhabitants decided to tackle the fire by getting rid of the smoke by opening the window this could have fuelled it with the fresh oxygen. BP and Happy can correct me here, by introducing a stream of air the small fire could have become suddenly bigger, maybe curtains caught, is that enough to get the outside going?

I remember people dying in a fire donkeys ago when they had a smouldering sofa they were trying to get out of a first floor flat. The opened the door and the thing burst into life or death for them.
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15 June 2017 13:11 Post ID: #1539509 - in reply to #1539463
GeroniMO
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Just seen this



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15 June 2017 13:14 Post ID: #1539510 - in reply to #1539463
Supreme MO
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If you cannot attack the fire you should contain it. Deprive it of oxygen until it can be tackled professionally.
Any door or window left open to the room of origin will provide the oxygen the fire needs to continue, and therefore spread.

I mentioned on another thread that I suspected a delay between discovery and first emergency call. It seems I may have been right. That delay may have been crucial.
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15 June 2017 13:47 Post ID: #1539519 - in reply to #1539463
Supreme MO
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If you're not able to escape I suppose you could fill up a bath and stay in it. Or stay underneath a powerful shower. Then again the smoke will kill you.
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15 June 2017 13:51 Post ID: #1539520 - in reply to #1539463
MOnster
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"Madam this is no time to have a bath"

"But that Man on MO said have a bath, I considered having a shower but the local Green Party candidate says it's not good for the planet, did you put the fire out yet love, only me fingers are wrinkled and not just me fingers!"
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15 June 2017 13:57 Post ID: #1539521 - in reply to #1539519
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Millwalladam - 15/6/2017 13:47

If you're not able to escape I suppose you could fill up a bath and stay in it. Or stay underneath a powerful shower. Then again the smoke will kill you.



Or wrap yourself in wet tissue?

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15 June 2017 14:06 Post ID: #1539522 - in reply to #1539463
Supreme MO
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My watering can would come in handy.
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15 June 2017 19:58 Post ID: #1539530 - in reply to #1539463
MOaner
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So councils all over the country have no homes available, English people are sleeping on the streets but we seem to have a block of flats in our capital city that is completely full of Africans and muslims. I think it is time for me to become prime minister. I would rectify this situation immediately.
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17 June 2017 17:40 Post ID: #1539728 - in reply to #1539509
Little MO
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The luggage etc outside his door first, then he gives the alarm!
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17 June 2017 18:41 Post ID: #1539730 - in reply to #1539530
MOjo
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Arthur2shedsJackson - 15/6/2017 19:58

So councils all over the country have no homes available, English people are sleeping on the streets but we seem to have a block of flats in our capital city that is completely full of Africans and muslims. I think it is time for me to become prime minister. I would rectify this situation immediately.


This is the pecking order now in the UK
1/ Muslims
2/ African,s
3/ anyone else bar whites
4/ whites who were born and bread and who work

Feal free to correct or add
The system is a cunt if you can get out do it before it's too late the population of that tower block was a real eye opener worse than I thought it could be !




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17 June 2017 22:32 Post ID: #1539742 - in reply to #1539463
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Hundreds of people incinerated and we are complaining there weren't enough white folks.
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17 June 2017 23:35 Post ID: #1539746 - in reply to #1539463
MOaner
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I think i will start a business supplying fridges to mosques
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18 June 2017 02:01 Post ID: #1539749 - in reply to #1539463
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I look at situations from every possibility There are strange things that go on in this world and my paranoid brain was thinking could there have been a terrorist cell hiding in that block and the shadowy branches of government were behind this making a statement that we can do what you do and that some innocents may die in battle to win the war Governments all over the world have used these tactics Only a slant on possibilities its possible
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18 June 2017 10:00 Post ID: #1539770 - in reply to #1539463
MOnster
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45, I think the government would set up a c18 or use an existing one and coax them into doing something but not like this. This fire will cost UK councils who sold management on to private companies to get investment for refurbishment and probably the government included will have to pay, well over £5 to £10 billion pound and more to sort the remaining properties. Though law suits should cover it in the end.

I'd be interested in how many properties there are EU wide and what the projects in the east used for materials, as tens of thousands of ex communist tower blocks were done up.

Someone did connect the last three / four major fires in London in the past week to being in highly muslim populated areas. Though it being London, that probably isn't difficult.
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