Luton Airport car park is to be demolished following the devastating fire that damaged hundreds of vehicles.
The airport said the car park would need to be “fully demolished” and any vehicles parked on the ground floor and floors one, two and three are “not recoverable”.
Work is ongoing to remove around 100 vehicles from the top deck “to stabilise the structure”, it added.
The fire was started accidentally last month due to a vehicle fault, Sky News understands.
A man in his 30s was arrested on suspicion of criminal damage in connection to the incident on 10 October.
It is believed the man, who has been released on bail, was arrested as a precaution and the police investigation so far suggests the fire started accidentally due to a vehicle fault.
Andrew Hopkinson, chief fire officer with Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service, said as many as 1,500 vehicles were in the car park at the time – with up to 1,200 believed to be damaged.
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