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3.71: Two letters were then drafted on behalf of the Council to be sent to the Club, the first dated 11 July 1984 read as follows: “I refer to my engineer’s visit to your ground on 4 July 1984 and a copy of the inspection report by TRADA of the west grandstand roof covering, passed to him.I wish to confirm the findings of that report that the existing felt roof covering and the areas of decayed boarding resulting, consequently creates an unacceptable crowd safety hazard and should be rectified as soon as possible”.3.126: He (Stafford Heginbotham) was aware of litter being able to accumulate when kick boards were knocked off but he said it would have been a major task, almost a dismantling of the stand, to have removed the litter that was likely to have gone under the broken kick boards.He accepted that it should not have been there, but said that the cost would have been considerable and it would have been a major task. By irony, it was the second to last game before the timber flooring would have been replaced by concrete.
L'abbiamo incontrato migliaia di volte lungo il viale interno di Tione, sempre sorridente e garbato, col suo costante sorriso sulle labbra, e solo felice di incontrasi con qualcuno col quale salutarsi e, se possibile, anche scambiarsi qualche piacevole parola.
The presence of the roof itself caused the fire to spread horizontally at a very fast speed.
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.
It gives a great insight into the financial struggles of the Club at the time, the challenges that people faced on the day at Valley Parade and the suggested improvements as a result of the disaster (such as trained stewards – surprisingly some stewards at Bradford City on the day of the fire were as young as 12 and as old as 75).
You can read the full Interim Report PDF here Popplewell Inquiry Interim Report Bradford City Fire.