Sprinkler expert Keith MacGillivray also says a temporary system should have been in place until a permanent fire suppression system was working.
The US President says that people who 'break into' America should be returned 'with no Judges or Court Cases' and insisted that 'most children come without parents'.
Police want people to be aware that the paper squares contain the synthetic hallucinogenic drug 25i-NBOH which is very strong and has 'unpredictable' effects.
The assault took place on Castle Street at around 9pm on Saturday.
Douglas Moreton reckons he left the ticket in a drawer at home.
Gail Dillon, 65, wanted to scatter her grandad's ashes in the same place as his late wife.
One-year-old Memphis was wedged in the foot well of a van after it collided into two cars during rush hour.
Emergency services swooped on the scene where the victim was then rushed to hospital with serious injuries.
French national Cedella Roman says she was held in custody for a fortnight after crossing the US border without realising
The terrified 82-year-old tried to stop Tanya Stansfield making off with the cash after she was targeted at an ATM.
Ahead of its 70th birthday, the poll also found that nearly 50% think NHS Scotland's standards have become worse.
Billy has become the poster boy for the push to legalise medicinal cannabis, which helps treat his epilepsy.
Sarah Haywood is suing the NHS after she collapsed when she was discharged following daughter Mila's birth despite suffering tell-tale symptoms of an infection.
Brian Fairnie was treated at the scene of the violent attack in Stobhill Hospital after a fellow patient allegedly lunged at him with a pen.
Laura Ward reveals her agony over Jamie Lee's death and and how she dreads telling her baby son that he will never see his daddy.
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown says even the SNP figures show economy will suffer following a Yes vote.
Michael Herbert, 57, appeared at Leicester Magistrates' Court after the video emerged online.
Scott Sinclair and his fiancé Helen Flanagan took to social media to reveal the news.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa escaped the explosion without injury as tensions rise in the run up to the first elections since the ousting of Robert Mugabe.
Little Evie Curtis was playing in the garden of her new home when she suddenly felt a pain in her neck and then suffered a fit.
The march started at Kings Park in Stirling and continued for around two miles to Bannockburn.
People took to the streets of the capital on the second anniversary of the Brexit vote.
The cat and dog both suffered strange symptoms like vomiting and seizures before they died in the space of a month.
Alex Stuart was enjoying herself at a party last August when Nicholas Rogers plunged a knife into her chest.
Francis "Cadillac Frank" Salemme and his crony Paul Weadick believed their victim Steven DiSarro was cooperating with the FBI.
Glasgow City Council leader Susan Aitken has warned people to stay away from the sealed off area.
Leslie, 53, was accused of putting his hand down a woman's trousers and touching her bottom at Atik nightclub last June.
Joseph Sandic was with his mum when he attacked and threatened terrified Vicky Morgan in a hotel bar to punish her for sleeping with his father.
Muriel Aird, 80, claimed council bosses told her “someone would have to die" before doing more to protect their property, after the second crash in 1984.
The 23-year-old was last seen on a night out in Glenrothes in November 2013.
Heartbroken Andy Mitchell, 40, was devastated to find out that his wife Meghan, 21, was having an affair.
People of all ages turned out at the city's George Square as a show of solidarity to families who have had to flee their homes.
The supporters punctuated their anti-Semitic song with shouts of "Sieg Heil" while drinking in a bar in 'Stalingrad' where the Russians turned the tide in the battle against Hitler.
Authorities said their home reeked of human waste and the evidence of starvation was obvious.
Cystic fibrosis and cancer sufferers tell their stories as pharmaceutical giants are urged to offer “fair prices”.
A shock NHS report warned drink is continuing to blight the country despite high-profile campaigns and government intervention.
The Met said officers had been called to reports of an explosion and people running at the station.
Archie Lloyd was celebrating the end of his exams in Malia when he was knocked to the floor by Sebastian Trabucatti.
Lord Hague has entered the debate in wake of cannabis oil row that led to a U-turn after 12-year-old Billy Caldwell suffered severe seizures when the drug was confiscated from his mum.
Three-year-old Holly Alcock became poorly almost as soon as she arrived in Albufeira and is believed to have suffered a bleed on the brain while in hospital.