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Bolton fire: Flames 'crawling up cladding' at block of student flats as 200 firefighters battled blaze

Independent Saturday, 16 November 2019
'The fire kept getting more intense, climbing up,' says witness
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News video: Boris Johnson visits Bolton University after fire

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Boris Johnson arrived in Bolton to visit the scene of the huge fire at a block of student flats. He briefly visited Bolton University to see donations of food and clothing brought in by the public. He was overheard saying: 'It's quite an appalling fire but they seem to have pulled together so...

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