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Marriott Hotel Fire

Fire forces guests out of Atlanta hotel


Published: May 14, 2008 at 1:11 PM
Print story Email to a friend Font size:ATLANTA, May 14 (UPI) -- About 700 guests at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in downtown Atlanta were forced out of their rooms by a fire followed by a chlorine leak.

The fire was reported Tuesday evening in a storage closet on one of the hotel's parking decks, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Wednesday. The chlorine leaked from the air-conditioning system, firefighters said.

Firefighters contained the blaze just before midnight and guests were allowed to return early Wednesday. They were provided shelter in the Hilton hotel nearby.

Bill May, a spokesman for Atlanta Fire-Rescue, said no injuries were reported

 

Concern over fire hotel demolition

CONCERNS have been raised about the demolition of an historic Rhyl hotel.

A large section of the Grange Hotel is to be demolished after the building was gutted in a fire six weeks ago.
Alex Baldwin, conservation adviser for the Victorian Society, said: "The fire at the Grange Hotel was a tragedy for Rhyl on many levels.
"It's the very least a nationally significant building like the Grange Hotel deserves."
The Grade-two listed hotel was built in the 1840s as a pair of private villas, known as Morannedd and Boddonna and was a hotel until its closure in 2007.
A spokeswoman for Denbighshire County Council said: "The loss adjuster has just completed his review of the site and is preparing his report. At the present time, the eastern section is seen as being 'saveable' and the western section not - although the agents must justify any significant demolition as they are listed buildings. There is no presumption that anything will be demolished at this point in time."
Mark Isherwood, North Wales AM and Shadow Minister for Housing, said: "Much of historic Rhyl has disappeared over the last fifty years, including its famed Pavilion Theatre and Pier. It would be hugely disheartening if another piece of our collective heritage was lost."

 

 

 


 

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