Due to the Car Park Fire, London Luton Airport halted operations

London Luton Airport suspended all flights late on Tuesday due to a fire that broke out in one of its multi-story car parks. The fire started in a car parked in Terminal Car Park 2, resulting in a partial structural collapse. The blaze quickly spread, affecting 80% of the third floor. Footage shared online showed huge flames and billowing smoke emanating from the top floor of the multi-story building.


Emergency services were quick to respond, with ten fire engines attending the scene. Despite the rapid response, no casualties have been reported so far. The East of England Ambulance Service is on standby, ready to provide medical assistance if needed.


The airport has asked people not to travel there because of the large fire. All flights are currently suspended as emergency services continue to tackle the blaze. This has caused significant disruption, with many passengers left stranded and unsure about their travel plans.


This incident at London Luton Airport serves as a stark reminder of the unpredictability of emergencies and the importance of robust safety measures. It also underscores the vital role that emergency services play in responding to such incidents. As the situation continues to unfold, our thoughts are with all those affected.

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