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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Health and Safety News

    Fire breaks out on industrial estate

    By David Brown on December 2, 2014

    Emergency services evacuated residents from their homes last night after a fire broke out on an industrial estate last night.

    Around 100 firefighters attended Renshaw Industrial Estate in Mill Mead, Slough, to fight the blaze, which began at around 12.15am, completely destroying three buildings.

    Meanwhile, 20 local residents were taken to a nearby rest centre, while those who were allowed to remain at home were told to keep their windows and doors shut.

    Explosions were heard throughout the early hours of Monday morning, which were though to be the sound of propane cylinders exploding.

    The town’s High Street was closed at around 3am, leading to diversions being put in place and bus services altered.

    Town centre closed

    Alan Clark, fire area commander for Staines, advised residents to avoid breathing in the smoke, adding that firefighters and police were wearing masks.

    Surrey Fire and Rescue Service is likely to stay at the Staines site throughout most of Monday, but crews there are now being scaled down.

    Mr Clark said that roof sheeting made of asbestos discovered at the scene poses no danger to residents.

    South East Coast Ambulance service, the Environment Agency (EA) and Red Cross workers, utility firms and the local council are all working to restore order following the blaze.

    It is not known yet what caused the fire.

    AAH can help with asbestos claims

    On this occasion, residents were lucky enough to escape from the fire unharmed, but this is not always the case.

    If you’ve suffered a burn injury and were not to blame, specialist lawyers at Accident Advice Helpline could hep you to make a claim for compensation.

    You can also read our burn injury advice page, which contains the answers to many common questions.

    Source: getSurrey

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