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3.28: The problem of communication at Bradford, as indeed elsewhere, is that the personal radio sets are only devised for one officer to speak at a time.At the bottom of this posting you will find a link to a PDF I am hosting of the ‘Committee of Inquiry into Crowd Safety and Control at Sports Grounds’ Interim Report’ that was Presented to Parliament by the Secretary of State for the Home Department and was Chaired by Mr Justice Popplewell.The Interim report is more focussed on the Bradford City Fire (and the Birmingham Riots) than the final report.I’ve highlighted a few points below: Points of interest in the Popplewell Inquiry Interim Report into the Bradford City Fire: 2.8: The speed with which the fire took hold was graphically described as faster than a man could run.The wood roof covered with tarpaulin and sealed with asphalt itself rapidly took fire; the burning asphalt added its own fuel to the flames and injury to the spectators.

3.28: The problem of communication at Bradford, as indeed elsewhere, is that the personal radio sets are only devised for one officer to speak at a time.

At the bottom of this posting you will find a link to a PDF I am hosting of the ‘Committee of Inquiry into Crowd Safety and Control at Sports Grounds’ Interim Report’ that was Presented to Parliament by the Secretary of State for the Home Department and was Chaired by Mr Justice Popplewell.

The Interim report is more focussed on the Bradford City Fire (and the Birmingham Riots) than the final report.

I’ve highlighted a few points below: Points of interest in the Popplewell Inquiry Interim Report into the Bradford City Fire: 2.8: The speed with which the fire took hold was graphically described as faster than a man could run.

The wood roof covered with tarpaulin and sealed with asphalt itself rapidly took fire; the burning asphalt added its own fuel to the flames and injury to the spectators.

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