By Hannah Baker, Bristol Live:
The first female firefighter to die on duty in peacetime Britain is to be named on a new Great Western Railway (GWR) Intercity Express Train.
Fleur Lombard, 21, died while fighting a blaze started by an arsonist at Leo’s Supermarket in Bristol, in February, 1996.
She was one of only eight women who were part of Avon’s 700-strong firefighting team at the time.
Fleur, and fellow firefighter Robert Seaman, entered the building to search for missing people and to help contain the fire.
But shortly after entering the supermarket, conditions deteriorated and the firefighters were told to evacuate.
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