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Merseyside Police are advising anyone affected by the fire at Liverpool Echo Arena car park to direct their enquiries to the Pullman Hotel, Kings Dock from now on.
Staff will be able to provide assistance, aided by the British Red Cross.
The temporary Reception Centre at Lifestyles on Park Road has now been closed down.
Police are once more reminding those affected to direct any vehicle enquiries to their insurance companies (quoting reference number 650 of December 31st) and not to call the emergency services.
Calling 101 or 999 with vehicle related queries will be referred to the owner's insurance company and will not be dealt with by Merseyside Police.
Merseyside Police are reminding those with affected vehicles in the Echo Arena car park not to call emergency services, but to contact their insurance companies.
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Nina Barbour, the President of the Liverpool International Horse Show made this statement, after the fire that took hold at the Echo Arena during the event.
It was with considerable regret that last night's final session of the Liverpool International Horse Show had to be cancelled due to a serious fire in a multi-storey car park near to the Echo Arena, and on advice from the emergency services, who worked tirelessly all night to contain and extinguish the fire.
I would like to express my immense thanks and gratitude to the emergency services, the Echo Arena staff, riders, grooms and support staff, the general public and the City of Liverpool following Sunday night's events.
The understanding of everybody who were preparing to celebrate New Years' Eve and were left in Liverpool with no transport was nothing short of remarkable, and the offers of help and support from people - they ran into the hundreds - for anyone who needed assistance will never be forgotten.
My thoughts are also with those who have lost their vehicles and possessions as a result of the fire.
All people and horses are safe and secure, and I thank spectators, riders and support teams for their understanding and co-operation during what was a difficult situation.
I am very proud of our own teams who pulled together in the most demanding of circumstances, and managed to quickly and calmly evacuate all horses from the venue in a safe and controlled manner.
We have worked very closely with the Echo Arena team over the last three years - their support and hard work has been integral to the event's success to date, and our thoughts are with them, and the city of Liverpool.
We are not going to let go of what we achieved in the first five sessions of the show, and we will be back to do it again next December.
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