A woman, who was once homeless has defied the odds to become West Sussex’s new fire chief.

September 1, 2019

Sabrina Cohen-Hatton is now one of the most senior firefighters in the UK.

She has 18 years’ experience working with the London Fire Brigade, South Wales Fire and Rescue Service, the Welsh Government and Surrey Fire and Rescue Service.


But as a teenager, she spent two years sleeping rough after a family crisis.




When Ms Cohen-Hatton was nine, her father died from a brain tumour and her family was left in extreme poverty.


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