Army of 100 firefighters battle inferno at Tottenham warehouse sending huge plume of black smoke over London
- The London Fire Brigade was called to the blaze in north London at midnight
- Huge plumes of black smoke are belching into the air and can be seen for miles
- The warehouse in Tottenham in North London has been ablaze for six hours
Around 100 firefighters are tackling a huge warehouse blaze in north London which is belching a massive cloud of black smoke into the skies above the city visible from as far away as Hertfordshire.
The London Fire Brigade said it was called to the unit in Tottenham at 12.10am, and there are now 15 ambulances at the scene.
The whole of one single-storey warehouse is alight.
One Twitter user said the black smoke from the Tottenham warehouse fire could be seen from as far away as Hertfordshire
Fifteen fire engines and more than 100 firefighters are tackling the blaze in London
Thick black smoke form the warehouse in Tottenham is pouring into the sky and can be seen for miles
Station manager Mike Cotton, who is at the scene, said: ‘Firefighters are working hard to bring the blaze on the industrial estate under control.
‘The fire is not affecting any residential properties.’
100 firefighters sped to the blaze last night and tackled the flames from elevated platforms
Powerful jets of water rained down on the fire but seven hours later it was still burning
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