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Industrial bakery buildings destroyed in fire

04 April 2016

National media has reported extensively on a major fire at an industry bakery in Tottenham, London over the weekend.

Located at West Mews, the fire produced large amounts of smoke and local residents were advised to keep their windows closed and avoid the area around the blaze.

London Fire Brigade said now was injured in the incident, which required four people to be led to safety when smoke filled a nearby property.

There were concerns over a 2,000l diesel fuel tank on site, but this was successfully protected by fire crews.

The cause of the blaze is unknown at present, although investigations will now take place.

London Fire Brigade brought the fire under control in the early hours of Sunday.

However, the blaze caused buildings on site to collapse.


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