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Second massive fire broke out in London

PC: The Telegraph

London: A massive fire broke out in Camden Lock market, popular Tourist destination in north London after Sunday midnight.

According to the London fire Brigade, about 10 fire tenders and 70 firefighters were sent to contain the fire after the fire broke out near the Camden Stables which stretched to the market.

The fire engulfed three floors including the roof top of the building with in the complex, but casuals have been reported so far.

According to a Metropolitan Police spokeswoman Police were called on Monday at 12.10am to Camden Lock Market to reports of a fire.

“London Fire Brigade were already at the scene when officers arrived. It is unknown at this stage if any persons are injured, we await update”.

According to a witness Joan Ribes, “The fire was moving very fast, and People were watching, but we were scared the building could explode at any time since there are restaurants with kitchens nearby.”

Similarly, back in 2008, a different part of the market caught fire which halted the business of many vendors for several months.

The Camden market is quite popular with tourists as well as Londoners.

Back in June last month a massive fire broke in west London which killed at least 79 people in the fire engulfed complex Grenfell Tower, Al Jazeera reported.

More details of the incident are awaited.