This was the moment firefighters returned to the scene of a blaze in Hounslow where three people had jumped from a window to escape the flames.
A fire broke out in the rear of a disused travel agents in High Street, Hounslow , in the early hours of Wednesday (July 13).
London Fire Brigade said three people had jumped from the first floor of the property to escape the flames before its crews arrived.
One man was taken to hospital after injuring himself in the process. His condition is not known.
The brigade was called back to the scene at 3pm that afternoon after a neighbouring worker said he could still see smoke and was concerned the fire had not been fully extinguished.
Two engines attended the scene but an LFB spokeswoman said it was confirmed as a false alarm.
The travel agent, which was partially damaged in the fire, had closed in 2014.
A neighbouring shopkeeper said she was not aware of anyone living in flats above the disused shop at the eastern end of the High Street and believed it must have been occupied by squatters.
A London Ambulance Service spokesperson said it was called at 1.37am and its staff took one patient as a priority to a west London hospital.
In 2013, a woman leaped to her death from a second floor window to escape a fire in Heston which an inquest later heard may have been deliberately started.
Earlier this week, nearly 60 firefighters battled a blaze at a disused shopping centre in Acton , and on Tuesday (July 12) a boat caught fire in Hounslow, damaging a nearby house.