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Dozens of firefighters have been tackling a massive warehouse blaze in Enfield.

London Fire Brigade tweeted at around 10am that it had 12 fire engines and 81 firefighters attending the incident in Ponders End.

Smoke from the fire could be seen for miles across the capital.

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Firefighters remain on site "dampening down hot spots"

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Tottenham Hotspur football club apologises to fans for delays to merchandise orders following fire

Tottenham Hotspur football club has released a statement following the fire which tore through a building next door to its Ponders End merchandise warehouse.

A club spokesman said: “Due to a fire in the retail unit adjacent to our merchandise warehouse in Ponders End, resulting in an evacuation of all staff in the industrial estate, there is likely to be a delay on all retail orders currently being processed.


“Please bear with us as we endeavour to resume normal service with our retail operations as soon as possible.

We appreciate your patience at this time.”

Motorists told to avoid the area

Fire under control - London Fire Brigade confirm

Eye witnesses describe feeling the heat of blaze "from miles away"

Eye witness, Luke Gutteridge, was one of the first to spot the smoke, he said: “You could feel the heat in the air even from miles away”

LFB receive 29 emergency calls reporting fire due to vast amount of smoke

London Ambulance Service release statement confirming no injuries

London Ambulance Service (LAS) confirmed that nobody has been injured at the scene of the fire.

An LAS spokesman said: “We were called at 9.34am to East Duck Lees lane, Enfield to reports of a fire.


“We sent our Hazardous Area Response Team, an incident response and a single responder in a car to the scene.

“We checked over one person at the scene, but did not take them to hospital.”

Video shows fire fighters tackling warehouse blaze

London Fire Brigade still working to get fire under control

Image shows dark smoke billowing from warehouse

Smoke billows from warehouse at scene of blaze
Smoke billows from warehouse at scene of blaze (Image: London Ambulance Service)

Images tweeted by LAS show dark smoke still billowing from Enfield warehouse where LFB officers are tackling a blaze.

LAS confirmed that no injuries have been reported at the scene.

Images show London Ambulance Service at scene of warehouse fire

Images show London Ambulance Service at scene of fire
Images show London Ambulance Service at scene of fire (Image: London Ambulance Service)

Dramatic images from scene of warehouse fire

London Ambulance tweeted images from the scene
London Ambulance tweeted images from the scene (Image: London Ambulance Service)

LAS tweets images from scene of fire

Metropolitan Police is present at the scene

Metropolitan Police confirmed that police officers are present at the scene of the fire in Ponders End.

A Met police spokesman said: “We were called to reports of a fire at 9.36 am on Thursday.

“The incident is being chiefly dealt with by London Fire Brigade.

“We understand 12 fire engines are being used to tackle the fire.”

Smoke above London as firefighters work to tackle massive warehouse blaze in Enfield

Smoke from fire at an industrial estate in Enfield
Smoke from fire at an industrial estate in Enfield (Image: The Daily Mirror)

Image shows billowing smoke coming from warehouse blaze

London Fire Brigade image shows smoke coming from Enfield industrial estate
London Fire Brigade image shows smoke coming from Enfield industrial estate (Image: London Fire Brigade)

London Fire Brigade tackles blaze at Enfield industrial estate

London Fire Brigade (LFB) is fighting to control a fire that broke out at an industrial estate in Enfield this morning.

LFB was called to the blaze at an industrial estate in East Duck Lees Lane in Ponders End at 9.13am on Thursday (November 23).

A LFB spokesman said: “Twelve fire engines and 81 firefighters and officers have been called to a fire at an industrial estate in East Duck Lees Lane in Ponders End.

“Half of the ground floor, first floor and roof of a warehouse are currently alight.

“Fire crews from Enfield, Chingford, Edmonton, Woodford, Tottenham, Southgate and other neighbouring fire stations are at the scene.

The cause of the fire is not known at this stage.