Rosepark Nursing Home fire
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STAFF at a residential care home where a blaze killed 14 elderly people could have been confused about what to do when a fire alarm was raised, the owner has said.
THE owner of a care home where 14 elderly residents died in a blaze admitted he was "disappointed in himself" over fire safety breaches that took place during construction.
THE owner of a care home where a fire killed 14 elderly residents has said he aimed to provide "the best standard of care".
THE former matron of a nursing home where 14 residents died in a blaze broke down as she gave evidence at an inquiry into the tragedy yesterday.
FORMER matron of Rosepark care home, Sadie Meany, broke down today when giving evidence to an inquiry into the deaths of 14 residents in a fire
which ripped through the home.
THE woman in charge of fire safety policy at a care home where a blaze killed 14 elderly residents was not aware she had "any specific responsibilities" for health and safety, an inquiry heard yesterday.
A fire risk assessment at a nursing home where 14 residents died in a blaze uncovered "serious shortcomings" that were not recorded, an inspector admitted today.
PHOTOGRAPHS of charred and smoke-blackened corridors in a nursing home where 14 residents died were shown to an inquiry today.
AN OFFICIAL inquiry into a fire which killed 14 nursing home residents could last up to six months, it emerged yesterday.
THE deaths of 14 elderly residents in a fire at a care home are to be investigated in a fatal accident inquiry, it has been announced.
RELATIVES of the victims of a nursing home fire which killed 14 last night hit out after one of Scotland's most senior law officers admitted they had been let down by the legal system.
A JUDGE'S dismissal of charges against the owners of a care home where 14 elderly residents died in a fire was challenged by prosecutors yesterday.
MOVES to improve fire safety in care homes were yesterday launched by the Executive.
THE owners of the Rosepark Care Home were taken in for questioning yesterday in connection with the death of 14 elderly people in a fire at a residential home.
JUST eight months after 14 elderly people died in one of the worst fire tragedies ever to hit Scotland, it emerged last night that Rosepark care home has quietly reopened for business.
MORE than 400 people yesterday paid their respects to the 14 elderly victims of the Rosepark nursing home fire.
A CARE home where 14 patients died in Britain’s worst fire disaster of its kind plans to re-open in July.
A DEVASTATING fire which killed 14 elderly people at a Lanarkshire care home is to be recreated by investigators to see if sprinklers would have saved lives.