Work has begun to dismantle the last remaining wall of the block of flats that collapsed into the river Ehen in Cleator Moor. Demolition began on the day of the collapse to remove the remains of the property.
The residents of the flats weren't allowed in to rescue personal belongings as it wasn't deemed safe.
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