A house in Greenford has been left completely damaged following a blaze which started in a shed.
London Fire Brigade (LFB) was called to Sudbury Heights Avenue at 12.22am on Monday morning (April 10) to the fire.
The blaze, which took 72 firefighters and officers to deal with, started in a shed between two rows of terraced houses before spreading to two end of terrace properties.
One property was left completely damaged, with another suffering damage to the first floor and roof.
Both homes were evacuated and there are no reports of any injuries.
Station manager, Ben King, who was at the scene, said: "Crews worked hard to stop the fire spreading to neighbouring properties.
"There was a lot of smoke in the vicinity and we urged residents to close their windows and take extra care when driving in the area.
"Firefighters were at the scene through the night."
The blaze was under control at 4.05am.
Crews from Wembley, Northolt, Southall, Park Royal, Harrow and Acton fire stations attended the scene.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
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