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About sharing image captionChristophe Ferrand died after being pulled from the burning building A mansion fire in which a leading businessman died was caused by an electrical appliance, police have said. He was wearing a black jacket with a hood, grey jumper, blue jeans and black trainers.
The spokeswoman said six fire engines had attended the fire, as well as an aerial platform, with about 45 firefighters. Christophe Ferrand, 44, was pulled from the house at Airth in Stirlingshire by firefighters but later died. The Parsonage, built in for the neighbouring Dunmore Estate, was badly damaged in the fire. She described how they found Mrs Ferrand and the two children outside.
Mr Ferrand's funeral was held two weeks ago in France. A police vidfo said the force was not looking for anyone in connection with the fire.
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Police are treating the death as unexplained and have appealed for information. After his death, colleagues described him as "an inspirational figure for those that had the pleasure to work with him", and said he would be "sorely missed by all".
Police have identified him as Alan Brown, and said he had been fishing on the day before he was vidwo. His wife Audrey, 45, suffered serious leg injuries. A man has been charged after a car hit an electricity pole, resulting in power cuts to villages in the Falkirk area on Christmas Eve.
Related Topics. His body was found by a dog walker at the following day.
The power to several hundred homes was restored later that day. Police Scotland said the year-old has been charged with road traffic offences following the incident at Airth.
The blaze broke out in a first-floor bedroom of the Parsonage, in Dunmore Park, on 5 July. Their eight-year-old daughter and year-old son were treated for smoke inhalation. Firemen helped the young girl to safety from an outside parapet on which she was standing, and went in search of the French businessman, who was found and taken outside before being taken to hospital, where he was later pronounced dead.
A spokesman for the selling agents Savills confirmed the sale of the property had now been "temporarily put on hold". The last confirmed sighting of Mr Brown was at about on Saturday.
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Mr Ferrand was European chief operating officer for international asset management firm Aegon. Related Topics.
The road was closed for several hours to allow the electricity pole to be repaired. He trained as an ant with Ernst and Young in Paris. She said: "A full investigation has been carried out and the fire was found to be caused by an electrical appliance.