The ‘Interim Report’ and some of the details it contains about the Bradford City Fire make for some difficult reading.In fact there are details within the report that really sadden the heart.Browse through our Big Busty personals and bond with BBW Singles looking for friendship and love.Sign up for a free membership and take advantage of email and GUI to strike up a friendship or find a prospective life partner. 3.126: He (Stafford Heginbotham) was aware of litter being able to accumulate when kick boards were knocked off but he said it would have been a major task, almost a dismantling of the stand, to have removed the litter that was likely to have gone under the broken kick boards.He accepted that it should not have been there, but said that the cost would have been considerable and it would have been a major task. By irony, it was the second to last game before the timber flooring would have been replaced by concrete.
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3.46: In a written submission to the Inquiry made by the Fire Brigades Union it was suggested that the water supplies adjacent to the ground were insufficient to deal with the severity of fire, and that it was the normal practice for water authorities to restrict the meter supplies at weekends.
It gives a great insight into the financial struggles of the Club at the time, the challenges that people faced on the day at Valley Parade and the suggested improvements as a result of the disaster (such as trained stewards – surprisingly some stewards at Bradford City on the day of the fire were as young as 12 and as old as 75).