09:36AM, Thursday 25 April 2019
Fire services are urging people to be wary of potential hazards following an incident in Croxley Rise on Wednesday, April 24.
A man was locked out of his flat when welcoming a friend and left his dinner on the stove.
The fire crew arrived on the scene within 10 minutes and were able to access the flat through an open window using a ladder.
Fire services want to raise awareness about these dangers as 45 per cent of fires start in the kitchen and are caused by people being distracted when cooking dinner.
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