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~ The greatest lack in this world is compassion and care ~
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Monday, 11 November 2013

Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust 2008 Fire

'On Wednesday, January 2, 2008 just before 1:30pm, a fire broke out in a plant room on the top floor of the hospital, which led to the evacuation of all patients and staff from the unit. The entire roof of the Chelsea Wing of the hospital was burned through, and the top floor was also affected. Five operating theatres and at least two wards were put out of action. The smoke was visible for miles around.[1]

In addition to the evacuation of 200 staff and outpatients, 79 inpatients - 37 of them bedded - were moved to a local church and the neighbouring Royal Brompton Hospital, some being carried on hospital mattresses by a team of emergency services and doctors. Two patients were still undergoing surgery in the operating theatres in the basement and had to be evacuated. Later, full-care was resumed by RM medical staff who re-assembled on the wards of The Royal Brompton.

A hospital official said that damage was less than thought and BBC reports the day after the fire stated that out-patients would be seen on the following Monday and that research documentation had not been lost.

When the fire was at its peak, 125 firefighters and 16 ambulances were in attendance. Two members of staff suffered slight smoke inhalation but there were no other casualties or injuries. They were taken to the nearby Chelsea and Westminster Hospital A&E department.

Monday 7 January saw the reopening of its outpatients department and radiotherapy unit. Later that week, inpatients were welcomed back to The Royal Marsden from their temporary home at The Royal Brompton."



The reason for my sharing this is with being told nothing is a coincidence. Everything has a reason. When the 'Top Floor' of a building with royal connections is burned through, this relates to the upper house and mechanics of the internal operations.

The fire was after Prince William was made President.

The Chelsea wing of the hospital was burned through.

William and Kate live at Kensington Palace in the Royal Borough of Kensington. The inclusion of areas have shown that Chelsea Flower show is held within the boundaries of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea named as one.

'The borough was created in 1965 from the former boroughs of Kensington and Chelsea. Kensington's Royal Borough status was inherited by the new borough. The new borough was originally to be called just 'Kensington' – the inclusion of Chelsea was locally supported.'

Who replaced Diana as President from 1997 until 2007?

When any hospital operates independently of any external influence, then what is going on internally is not seemingly monitored either. While most British people ignore that this World Kingdom was given to Jesus Christ, officials might ignore that God really is the All Seeing and All Knowing one. How many people remember the fire at Windsor Castle?

Queen Elizabeth, Phillip and Charles know why.

The Royal Marsden Hospital is Affiliated to the Institute of Cancer Research. The University is the Imperial College London! Both generating vast income.

'Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust was formed on 1 October 2007 by the merger of Hammersmith Hospitals NHS Trust (Charing Cross Hospital, Hammersmith Hospital and Queen Charlotte's and Chelsea Hospital) and St Mary's NHS Trust (St. Mary's Hospital and Western Eye Hospital) with Imperial College London Faculty of Medicine'

Imperial relates to an Empire - People who sit on the throne of an empire are an Emperor and Empress. Just an observation. With the Government talking of a New World Order also Prince Charles about taking care of the planet for his children and grandchildren,

Just sharing this because it came to my attention.

And at least no one was injured from this fire.

Peace, love and best wishes
Pauline Maria

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imperial_College_London
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Borough_of_Kensington_and_Chelsea
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imperial_College_London

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