Family flee East End blaze after fire breaks out in child’s bedroom
PUBLISHED: 13:35 17 August 2009 | UPDATED: 14:43 05 October 2010
A FAMILY had to evacuate their home after fire broke out in the wardrobe of a child’s bedroom. The blaze in East London damaged the five-year-old’s bedroom in the second-floor flat in Whitechapel
A FAMILY had to evacuate their home yesterday (Sunday) after fire broke out in the wardrobe of a child’s bedroom.
The blaze in East London damaged the five-year-old girl’s bedroom in the family’s second-floor flat at Umberstone Street in Whitechapel. The child’s mother was in the shower when the fire started.
The bedroom was gutted, but three emergency fire-crews from Whitechapel and Shadwell managed to control the flames and stop them spreading to the rest of the flat. The family got out in time.
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