At least 70 firefighters and ten engines are tackling a giant blaze as flames tear through ten tonnes of rubbish and a caravan in West London.
Residents of Balmoral Drive, Hayes and the surrounding area are being told to stay indoors and keep their windows closed.
The fire is believed to have begun in a row of garages that sit behind the houses on the road.
Emergency services were first called at 21.45 on Saturday evening
The London Fire Brigade said in a statement: “Ten fire engines and around 70 firefighters are tackling a blaze in a range of garages on Balmoral Drive in Hayes.
“While we tackle the Hayes garages blaze we’d ask local residents to remain indoors with their windows and doors closed.
“Ten tonnes of rubbish and a caravan are also alight.”
The statement added that the fire was producing a lot of smoke.
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A post on the Brigade’s twitter account also said: “Firefighters are working hard to bring the garages & rubbish blaze in #Hayes under control.
“There’s no reports of any injuries at this stage.”
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London Fire Brigade asked residents near the scene to stay indoors with their windows closed[/caption]
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