Grenfell Tower was a disaster by any measure. The fire, which was started by a refrigeration malfunction, killed at least 79 people and counting. And now UK officials are looking to the why? Why did the fire spread so fast? Why did the cladding and insulation ignite the way it did?
But of course the biggest question is, who is blame?
While the fire was not intentionally set, charges of manslaughter will be charged by authorities if they deem fit.
The cladding and insulation failed fire safety tests – that much is clear.
Detective McCormack said, “Preliminary tests show the insulation samples collected from Grenfell Tower combusted soon after the tests started. The initial test on the cladding tiles also failed the safety tests.”
So, who is to blame?
McCormack said, “We are looking at every criminal offence from manslaughter onwards, we are looking at every health and safety and fire safety offences and we are reviewing every company at the moment involved in the building and refurbishment of Grenfell Tower.”
Because of green energy mandates, the cladding was chosen for this and many other buildings in London. It is time for the country to act, otherwise there will be a repeat of this horrible disaster.
The Federalist Papers Project reports:
After the horrifying fire that spread quickly and causes the deaths of a number of people, U.K. officials are still looking into why the fire spread to fast.
There was this ‘cladding’ that was put on the outside of the building (thanks to bogus green energy mandates) that seems to be the killer. Authorities say the fire was not intentionally set and was started by a refrigerator malfunction. They are now seeking to place the blame somewhere so they can charge someone with manslaughter because the cladding failed fire safety tests, The Guardian is reporting.