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NHS England tells hospitals to be ready to evacuate if buildings crumble

NHS trusts told to familiarise themselves with evacuation plan in event buildings containing Raac start to fall down

NHS bosses have told hospitals across England to be ready to evacuate staff and patients if buildings containing concrete that are at risk of collapse start to fall down.

NHS England issued the instruction to all 224 health trusts on Tuesday in the wake of the row over reinforced aerated autoclaved concrete (Raac), which has led to the closure of more than 100 schools.

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