Car park fire consumes 1400 vehicles

Car park fire consumes 1400 vehicles

Car park fire consumes 1400 vehicles

"We believe that all vehicles parked in the auto park have been destroyed and advise owners to contact their insurance companies", Merseyside police said in a statement to the media.

The aftermath of the blaze was captured in the photographs released by Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service and shows the shells of the blackened vehicles.

Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service say their thoughts go out to the people who were effected - although, luckily no one was hurt in the blaze.

The area was evacuated along with some nearby apartments due to the smoke.

"The flames and the smoke was unbelievable" Mr Booth said. A spokesman said they were thought to be the only animals in the vehicle park at the time.

"You could hear cars popping and exploding: every five or 10 seconds there was an explosion".

"It was with considerable regret that last night's final session of the show had to be cancelled due to a serious fire in a multi-storey vehicle park near to the Echo Arena, and on advice from the emergency services, who worked tirelessly all night to contain and extinguish the fire".

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Similarly, authorities have advised affected vehicle owners to contact their insurers and cite "incident number 650" of December 31.

Photo taken by Sue Wright, wife of former England footballer Mark, during the blaze in a multi-storey next to the Echo Arena in Liverpooland which she said was sparked by an engine fire in an old Land Rover.

"I'm just so glad no horses or people were injured or killed".

The arena said Liverpool City Council had opened a nearby reception centre for those unable to get home or needing temporary shelter.

The Mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson, tweeted that not enough fire engines responded to the incident because of cutbacks.

Former Liverpool and England global footballer Mark Wright and his wife, Sue, who were visiting the horse show, were forced to abandon their vehicle and fled along with the six children who were with them.

"Thank you all so much for your offers of assistance absolutely brilliant response overwhelming, those caught up in the aftermath were so appreciative".

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