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(Fox, 49.99, cert 15) paul Joseph TOP 10 COMPILATIONS My best friend was trying to come down the stairs, she was told to go back... why? Danger: fire exit blocked by rubbish at Marie Curie House POTENTIAL safety flaws at the Camberwell tower block where six people lost their lives in a blaze were revealed today. An investigation at an identical block of flats on the same south London estate showed: narrow fire exits no more than 2ft wide blocked by rubbish; fire doors left open because hinges had been stolen by vandals -- or else wedged open; electrical wiring exposed after wood panels were torn off walls; a single internal stairwell serving almost 100 flats, and no external fire escapes. Investigators are trying to find why the blaze spread so fast at Lakanal House on the Sceaux Gardens Estate, trapping victims in an inferno. They are looking at the design of the 13-storey Fifties block to understand why residents were unable to get out. The building is now shut to the public but a twin block, Marie Curie House 200 yards away on the same estate, offers a glimpse of what might have gone wrong at Lakanal House. There is only one staircase up the centre of the building, with fire exits about 2ft wide along SURVIVORS of the Camberwell tower block inferno have accused firefighters of failing to help those who lost their lives in the blaze. During a highly charged public meeting, residents who escaped claimed they were ordered back from the blocks only stair- well by firefighters. Many said they only managed to get out by ignoring the firefighters instruc- tions to stay inside their maisonette homes in the 12-storey Lakanal House at the Sceaux Gardens Estate. Members of the Fire Brigade said it was vital firefighters had access to the stairwell to fight the fire. Residents demanded answers at a residents association meeting held in an identical neighbouring tower block last night. Yolimar Caboz, 33, whose friend Dayana Francisquini, 26, her three-year-old son Felipe, and six-year-old daughter Thais perished in their flat, fought back tears as she repeatedly asked why her friend had been told to abandon an attempt to descend the stairwell to safety. The family died in Miss Francisquinis bathroom along with Helen Udoaka and her three-week-old baby Michelle. Rasheed Nuhu, his wife Fatima and children Mariam, three, and Yasmeenah, 19 months, had also been in the room but escaped unhurt after apparently ignoring minutes with two babies. Explain to me why I had to grab on to a firefighters sleeve and scream, Dont go, dont leave me. No one wants to see their children die. Mr Dobson, who was frequently heckled, said: If everybody had left at the same time that would have filled the stairwell up with people. We had to be able to get to the fire. There were a lot of firefighters trying to get up those stairs. Those who have called for a public inquiry into the blaze include local MP Harriet Harman who described the testimonies at the meeting as very, very distressing. the firefighters advice. The sixth victim, Catherine Hickman, a 31-year-old fashion designer, died in a flat next door. Miss Caboz told London Fire Commissioner Ron Dobson: My best friend died and I would like to know why, when she tried to come down the stairs, firefighters told her to go back to her bedroom. I told firefighters and police that she was in there and pointed at her flat and no one went to get her. A pregnant mother described her struggle to get help during the blaze. She said: I was on the seventh floor for 90 Twinblockgivescluestowhathappenedinhorrorflats Fears for safety: Yety Adeniji and her two-year-old son Ezekiel balconies that take residents back to the staircase. If the staircase is on fire or filled with smoke there appears no other way out of the building. Residents said fire exits were sometimes blocked by rubbish bags dumped by neighbours. Yety Adeniji, 21, who lives in Marie Curie House with son Ezekiel, two, said: There is no separate fire escape. If there was a fire in the staircase we could not get out. H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html