Great fire breaks out in Southwark, a historic district on the Thames in London, near London Bridge: what’s going on in England
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great Fire It was developed in Southwark, the historic district of London. Because of the fire, railways to and from London Bridge were cut in London and many buildings were evacuated. The news was reported in the British media. The fire was put out by the firefighters
Ten fire engines and about 70 firefighters treated the blaze that broke out under railway arches on Union Street in Southwark. Station Commander Wayne Johnson, who was also at the site, said, “The fire was producing thick smoke and advised those who live or work in the area to keep their windows and doors closed. Thereafter: ‘Trains to and from London Bridge have been hit and a number of buildings have been evacuated.”
Network Rail Kent & Sussex reported on Twitter that the fire had spread to a parking lot where “two electric cars caught fire.”
Fire breaks out near London Bridge station pic.twitter.com/v8ATeWU4Mv
Jenny Stanton August 17 2022
The BBC quoted the student’s testimony Lauren Chopinwho lives in an apartment a two-minute walk from the place where the fire broke out. The girl said she had to wear a mask in her apartment because of the fumes. “There is a lot of smoke all over Al Ittihad Street and the adjacent streets,” the 20-year-old said. “Sometimes the smoke slows down and turns white, then another massive explosion of black smoke follows,” he added.
Second fire denied
The BBC also clarified that it was later denied that there was a second fire, which was initially reported.
There are no injuries
And according to what the fire brigade reported on the official website, at the moment, there are no injuries following a fire explosion in the London Bridge area of London. The London Fire Brigade said the fire was under control. The fire brigade announced that investigations into the causes of the fire had begun, with an update to be provided in due course.
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