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Three workers freed by fire brigade from locked block of flats

Three early risers had to call the fire brigade after they were locked inside their block of flats.

Firefighters were called to Mcnair Court in Portland Road at around 6 this morning to find the three stuck behind the front door and unable to get to work.

One firefighter said: “They all seemed pretty cheesed off.”

Luckily the crew were able to enter a code and let the relieved workers on their way.
 

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8:22am Fri 9 Nov 12

mimseycal says...

Thanks to the fire brigade they got to work. I cannot imagine anything scarier then not being able to exit a block of flats due to a lock or lift malfunction.
Thanks to the fire brigade they got to work. I cannot imagine anything scarier then not being able to exit a block of flats due to a lock or lift malfunction. mimseycal
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8:29am Fri 9 Nov 12

bluemonday says...

mimseycal wrote:
Thanks to the fire brigade they got to work. I cannot imagine anything scarier then not being able to exit a block of flats due to a lock or lift malfunction.
use your imagination then,i can think of a million scarier things
[quote][p][bold]mimseycal[/bold] wrote: Thanks to the fire brigade they got to work. I cannot imagine anything scarier then not being able to exit a block of flats due to a lock or lift malfunction.[/p][/quote]use your imagination then,i can think of a million scarier things bluemonday
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9:06am Fri 9 Nov 12

Morpheus says...

Obviously no means of escape in case of a fire!!!!
Obviously no means of escape in case of a fire!!!! Morpheus
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2:50pm Fri 9 Nov 12

getThisCoalitionOut says...

I trust the owner of the flats or leaseholder is held accountable for this as it could have been fatal if there had been a fire?
I trust the owner of the flats or leaseholder is held accountable for this as it could have been fatal if there had been a fire? getThisCoalitionOut
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