A major fire broke out at London’s famous Camden Lock market just before midnight last night, requiring ten fire engines and 70 firefighters to tackle the blaze.
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Here’s what it looked like:
The fire was brought under control by around 2:50am and thankfully no casualties have been reported.
More photos alongside the reaction from local residents and business owners:
Hoping worst of Camden market fire is over. pic.twitter.com/FA3qXBHYgN
— Alex Proud (@AlexanderProud) July 10, 2017
— Barry Caffrey (@BarryCaffrey) July 10, 2017
— Regina Kenney (@Regina_Kenney) July 9, 2017
Camden Markets on fire. Share and take care x pic.twitter.com/F2kNRjoyyc
— Slomo (@IainSlomoScott) July 9, 2017
Camden fire awful… Terrible for all business obviously but really hope Kims Vietnamese hut isn't affected… pic.twitter.com/06k3ePNiYs
— Dan Sully (@dan_sully) July 9, 2017
Back in 2008, a larger blaze ripped through Camden and wrecked several local landmarks, even putting Camden Canal Market out of action for 15 months.
Will the Tories get the blame for this one? Probably not as quickly as Theresa May praises the bravery of the fire services.
For the man who saved his neighbour’s dog from an imaginary fire while high on LSD, click HERE.