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A segment of the official report compiled by the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service in the wake of the May 2014 fire that raged through the Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School of Art has been released to the public. The school in currently undertaking a review of its policies and procedures which will be informed by the conclusions of this investigation.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service report states that the fire started in Studio 19 where a student was working on an exhibition piece formed of high expansion foam panels and a wall-mounted projector. At the time the fire started, gaps between the foam panels were being filled using a canister of expanding foam.
The fire started when flammable gases were discharged in close proximity to the projector, being drawn into the cooling fan and ignited. Having burned through the plastic casing of the projector, the fire then ignited th