Around 125 firefighters spent practically 12 hours tackling an enormous blaze at a warehouse in Ilford – lastly bringing it under management on Thursday morning.

Twenty fire engines had been referred to as to Fowler Road shortly after 9pm on Wednesday – the place they discovered three items alight.

The reason behind the fire is just not but recognized.

Photos and video taken at the peak of the fire reveals flames and big portions of smoke billowing high into the air.

The two-storey warehouse is described as “mixed use”.

Fire crews from Romford, Dagenham, Ilford, Woodford and other close by stations tackled the inferno all through the night time, whereas residents had been suggested to hold their home windows and doorways shut due to smoke.

The fire was under management by about 8.40am on Thursday.

There aren’t any reviews of any injuries.

London Fire Brigade investigators have begun a probe into the reason for the fire, which is anticipated to proceed all through Thursday.


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