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Default Rescuers tackle raging Manchester block blaze from a balcony

BREAKING NEWS: Fire breaks out at a 12-storey tower block in Manchester with several apartments engulfed in flames as rescuers are seen battling inferno on balconies
Fire broken out on ninth floor of 12 storey tower block in Manchester as flames affected several floors
One person has been sent to hospital suffering from smoke inhalation and 12 fire engines were deployed
Onlookers applauded as firefighters doused the flames and the blaze has now been put out
People are advised to stay away from the site of fire in the city centre as the building is being evacuated

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Hochhaus in Manchester steht in Flammen
Ein Hochaus in Manchester steht in Flammen. Es ist unklar, wie viele Menschen sich im Gebude befinden.
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Aus den oberen Stockwerken des mindestens zwlfgeschossigen Hauses schlugen Flammen. Vermutlich brach das Feuer im siebten Stock aus.

Es ist unklar, wie viele Menschen sich in dem Gebude befanden. Eine Person sei mit Rauchgasvergiftung ins Krankenhaus gebracht worden, twitterte die Feuerwehr der Stadt im Nordwesten von England.
Man sei mit rund einem Dutzend Fahrzeugen vor Ort. Anwohner wurden aufgefordert, Tren und Fenster geschlossen zu halten. Die Gegend sollte gemieden werden.

Ein Feuer in einem Appartement-Block in Grobritannien lsst schnell Erinnerungen wachwerden an den verheerenden Brand im Londoner Grenfell-Hochhaus.
Das von einem defekten Khlschrank ausgelste Feuer hatte sich am 14. Juni rasend schnell ber die Auenfassade des Sozialbaus ausgebreitet. Anwohner hatten zuvor wiederholt auf Brandschutzmngel hingewiesen. 71 Menschen starben.
A fire broke out on the ninth floor of a 12 storey tower block in Manchester's Northern Quarter.

Flames and smoke spread to several floors of the building and one person has been taken to hospital suffering from smoke inhalation.

The building is situated close to Afflecks Palace, an indoor market situated on the next street.

Twelve fire engines were deployed and 'tackling the blaze in the apartments', according to Manchester Fire and Rescue Service.

A fire has broken out on the ninth floor of a 12 storey block in Manchester's Northern Quarter
As the blaze raged, Manchester Fire and Rescue Service tweeted: 'We still have 12 fire appliances tackling the blaze in the Northern Quarter over a number of floors.

'Firefighting in still ongoing and one casualty has been taken to hospital suffer by smoke inhalation. Please avoid the area as roads are still shut.'

In a statement, the service also said: 'We're currently tackling a fire on the 9th floor of a 12 storey building on Joiner Street in Manchester's Northern Quarter.'

Damian Butters and his wife Irena, from Russia, were staying on the 13th floor of the apartment block during a visit to Manchester for the New Year.

They were told by a firefighter not to leave the building as there was too much smoke on the stairs.

‘It was pretty scary, my wife’s first reaction was it the same sort of building as the one in London [Grenfell Tower],’ Mr Butters told the Manchester Evening News.

‘Reception told us to stay in the room until we waited for further information. Eventually a fireman came in and reassured us all was OK but we were not allowed to leave the hotel.

‘They told us there was too much smoke on the stairs. We’ve been waiting for more than an hour so far.’


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