Thursday, July 13, 2017

Control the fire in London's Chedan Market

Camden lock market fire in London Photo: Reuters

The firefighters of the Cademen Market in London brought the fire under control. Today, on Monday morning, the popular firefighters in this market are popular for tourists.
London fire brigade social media said in a tweet on Twitter that the fire came under control. However, the firefighters are still scattering water.
Earlier, the tweet was further told that the building's second, third floor and roof were set on fire. More than 70 firefighters and 10 fire engines are working on the spot.
The cause of the fire is not known. Initially no casualties or casualties were reported.
In the morning, an eyewitness said that the fire was spreading very quickly. There is a possibility of explosions in nearby buildings.
24-year-old witness John Rieses said in the morning, 'I saw a fire while passing through the area. We called traffic police near the road. Because, the fire was very dangerous. Due to the wind the fire spreads in the surrounding areas. There are restaurants and kitchens in the surrounding buildings. We are afraid that the buildings may explode. '
In 2008, a fire in the Cemetery market in London. At that time, the shops and warehouses of the market were set on fire. Nearby homes are also damaged in it. For a few months, a large part of the market was closed.
At least 80 people were killed in a 24-storey greenfield tower in London on June last.

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