Fire breaks out at Harley Street block of flats in London

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Image caption A woman was rescued from the building by firefigters

Firefighters have put out a fire at a six-storey block of flats in central London.

Ten fire engines and 72 firefighters were called to the blaze in Harley Street just before 18:00 BST.

The London Fire Brigade said all of the building’s fourth floor and half its fifth floor were on fire.

Fire breaks out at Harley Street block of flats in London
Fire breaks out at Harley Street block of flats in London

A woman was recued by firefighters using an internal staircase, it added. The building houses flats, a dental clinic and an eye clinic.

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On Twitter Cyclist London wrote: “Smoke pouring out at an unbelievable rate, even though some of upstairs windows are closed. Looks like a two level flat. Brickwork blackened. Poor old lady rescued.”

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There’s a fire 🔥 going on in Harley St. Roads blocked off, multiple fire engines and ambulance 😞 #W1#Marylebone#HarleySt#Fire#Londonpic.twitter.com/V6U6hpS5ul

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