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Around 100 firefighters and 15 fire engines tackled a "serious" blaze near Elephant and Castle railway station in London this afternoon (28 June).
London Fire Brigade said the fire appeared to have started in some railway arches close by.
The blaze has been brought under control, but firefighters will remain at the scene for the "next few hours".
London Fire Brigade said that three commercial units under the arches were “completely alight”, along with four cars and a telephone box near to the station.
Road closures are in place and people are advised to avoid the area and keep doors and windows closed.
This article first appeared on www.newcivilengineer.com
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