Main road reopens after fire at Brighton hostel

Posted On 21 Nov 2016 at 12:31 pm

A main road into Brighton has reopened after fire crews finished putting out a blaze at a hostel.

East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service sent four fire engines to tackle the blaze at Glenwood Lodge, in Grand Parade, Brightoon, this morning (Monday 21 November).

The fire service said: “At 10.41am today four appliances and an aerial ladder platform were sent to premises following reports of a fire in the basement of a property.

“The fire has now been extinguished and crews are still currently at the scene cutting away and ensuring that there is no fire spread.

“There are no injuries reported.”

Sussex Police closed the A23 southbound for a while and buses were diverted, with a tailback of other traffic.

  1. Daniel Harris Reply

    Third fire in a hostel in the city since September, Seafield Road, Grand Parade and Percival Terrace. How long will it be before we have fatalities in Brighton and Hove. With Little and No Support available, these are the consequences. We have babies in this building!

  2. M Reply

    In a hostel in oriental place they are sleeping 18 to a room very scary

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