London Fire Brigade owed £250,000 for lift rescues
The London Fire Brigade (LFB) says it is owed nearly £250,000 in unpaid charges for freeing people who get stuck in lifts.
Last year firefighters dealt with more than 5,000 non-emergency calls, and the brigade says it should not only fall to them to rescue people stuck in lifts.
Alice Bhandhrukravi talks to the LFB's Patrick Goulbourne.
08 Sep 2014
- From the section London