Two dead and six injured after a balcony collapses in Knightsbridge

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Two dead and six injured after a balcony collapses in Knightsbridge
21st November 2014

Police have reported Railings on a building in Cadogan Square collapsed on Friday morning at around 10am.

One person was originally reported to have been killed. However, soon after a second statement was released expressing that two men had died in the accident and at least six people were injured.

It is thought that one man died at the scene and another after having been taken to hospital.

The building is based in Cadogan Square in Knightsbridge.

The London Ambulance Service said: “The deceased were removal men who were moving a sofa, according to an MP.” Conservative MP for Chelsea and Fulham, Greg Hands was at the scene and tweeted:

London Live’s James Banks was at the scene later. Here is his report.

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