London June 26 (SL/BAN) As we ease out this very difficult period we have been in with some hope that business will start picking up from 4th July onward, Kingsbury printers, based on the Kingsbury Road in Northwest London, goes up in flames on June 22nd 2020. The Shisha Bar next door has a fire and the heavy smoke and flames enter into the neighbouring building; Kingsbury Printers and the residential upstairs.
Three very young children and two adults were caught in the thick smoke of the roaring blaze in the residential apartment above the printers. Early hours of the morning at 2.45pm, 6 fire engines and with a crew of 40 attended the site. The London Fire Brigade and the police are investigating the fire, which was under control by 4.30am.
British Asia News went to the site on 24th of June to speak to the owner of Kingsbury Printers Dilip Hirani when shockingly the fire restarted. Yes two days later after the blaze was put out, it restarted and the fire brigade were called again.
Watch the footage of the fire restarting whilst the BAN team were interviewing live.
More to come on the devastating fire regarding Chetan Hirani and his family, the victims caught in the fire and the owner of the printers Dilip Hirani who speaks about his loss and takes us through the burnt down building to show us what is left of not just the printers but the residential flat upstairs which would have killed three young children if the front line heroes (Fire team) did not arrive on point to put out the blaze.