UK News Firefighters tackle large blaze at industrial estate in London

04:35  13 february  2018
04:35  13 february  2018 Source:   Press Association

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More than 100 fire fighters are tackling a blaze at an industrial estate next to the country's busiest railway station. Fire broke out at an industrial estate in Culvert Place in Battersea at 8.51pm. More than 100 firefighters from across London battled to fight the flames.

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Warehouse units are on fire in Northolt (London Fire Brigade/PA) © Provided by The Press Association Warehouse units are on fire in Northolt (London Fire Brigade/PA)

Nearly 100 firefighters are tackling a blaze at an industrial estate.

Crews were called to Long Drive, Northolt, north-west London at around 11.30pm on Monday and multiple units are alight.

London Fire Brigade said 15 engines were sent to the area.

Station manager Ben King said: “This is a very visible fire.

“We would advise nearby residents to keep their windows closed as there is a lot of thick smoke in the area.

“We have a lot of fire engines on the scene so people should avoid the area where possible.”

The cause of the fire is currently not known.

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