A large fire which ripped through a three-storey building in Camden Lock Market is under control.
The fire started just before midnight on Sunday (July 9) and continued to rage for three hours as 70 firefighters, ten fire engines and an aerial appliance were used to tackle the blaze.
The cause of the fire is not yet known and no injuries were reported but enquiries continue.
The first, second and third floors and roof of a building containing numerous businesses have been damaged in the fire.
The fire was highly visible in the area and video footage shows the sky turning red over the burning market.
Road closures are in place at Chalk Farm Road junction with Hartland Road and south up to Hawley Crescent.
Station Manager David Reid who was at the scene said: "Crews worked hard to get the fire under control and to stop it from spreading to neighbouring buildings."
Crews from Kentish Town, Euston, Soho, Paddington, Holloway and other nearby stations attended and remained on the scene overnight damping hot spots.
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