tower block

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tower consisting of a multistoried building of offices or apartments

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Concern about the nature of the incident arose after Ellesmere Port police tweeted: "Officers are responding to reports of a serious incident a block of flats off Percival Road.
It was later confirmed a 30-year-old woman died after falling from the block of flats.
The block of flats on Cuckoo Street, Pantygog, in the Ogmore Valley have been sold
Some of the people living in the block of flats have no decency and throw nappies out of their windows and onto the gardens.
A couple, unloading shopping from their car outside a neighbouring block of flats, said: "We've been at work all day.
The victim was found with multiple stab wounds at a block of flats on Frensham Way in the Harborne area of Birmingham at 11am today.
The man's body was discovered in a garden area at a four-storey block of flats. An area opposite the flats was also taped off.
Stuart McFarlane The state of a block of flats on the Lochside estate in Dumfries has been criticised by residents after it was revealed that properties were no longer to be re-let.
A MAN is fighting for his life after being found with serious head injuries at a block of flats.
A MAN has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a body was found by police at a block of flats in Middlesbrough.
Ilveshovi consists of one block of flats, with a tower section of eight floors and a lower section of four floors.
Murder squad cops sealed off a block of flats yesterday after a body was discovered.
Crime-ridden garages near the block of flats were bulldozed to pave the way for extra parking, a new high-definition infrared CCTV camera was also put up and extra lighting columns were installed in the area.
The main police activity was around a block of flats on the corner of Heol Homfray and Heol Trelai, one of the main streets between Caerau and Ely.