Louise Thompson Fire: Pregnant Louise Thompson Speaks Out About House Fire In The Middle Of The Night: The rate of fire incidents has increased these days and many people are losing their lives in these incidents. One more fire incident has been spotted which was shared by a popular star. The Made In Chelsea star, 31-years-old who is currently pregnant with her first child, unveiled that she, her mother, her fiance Ryan Libbey along with their dogs, were forced to evacuate in the middle of the night after a fire broke out through the property from a fridge exploding. Lousie, who has been living at her mother’s house as her own is being renovated, unveiled that “Good Morning guys, A few of you have observed that we have been offline since Wednesday. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Louise Thompson Fire
“Opposite to famous opinion (thanks for your warm and well wishes) I have not gone into my labor, but we were involved in a scary and bad house fire incident in the middle of the night. Fortunately, myself, my mum, Ryan, and the dogs are all fine and OK. It was a completely and absolutely destructive experience but we somehow managed to come out with the least possible damage to our health (which including the dogs whom we lost in the blatant smoke at one particular point.”
Her statement further added that “The emergency services were fabulous and reached within 2 minutes. We all are still probably in a big shock as it was quite frightening, and could have concluded in a different end result but we will get through it and be fortunate and grateful for our luck. A big wake-up call as to what is really required in life.”
Lousie unveiled that the fire was broke out and sparked by a wine fridge which automatically burst in the middle of the night, inundating the house in toxic smoke and blazes. She thanked the fire service for reaching so fastly, adding “As far as you have experienced this type of fire initially I do not think that you understand the utter power of it. As someone who is quite fit and able-bodied, I always thought I was unseen and could run away any fight or flight scenario. We let me inform you, you CANNOT run away from the power of fire.”
The thick chemical smoke comes so quickly throughout the home which clearly meant that within few seconds it was not possible to watch anything or take a breath. You have literally least seconds to make a choice.” Lousie also thanked the staff of the hospital who had looked after her and her family following the agony.