Devastating images show the aftermath of multiple homes damaged by fires in west London within a day.

London Fire Brigade (LFB) was first called to Sudbury Heights Avenue , Greenford, at 12.22am on Monday (April 10).

A 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.

Firefighters were called to a property in Sudbury Heights Avenue

It was under control by 4.05am.

Hours later, firefighters were called to Lundy Drive, Hayes, at around 12.22pm.

The blaze affected the ground and first floors of a two storey terraced house, and its roof, before spreading to the roofs of other houses.

Four properties in total were affected, although the extent of the damage is not yet known.

Firefighters were dealing with a blaze in Hilary Road
Watch firefighters tackle blaze in Hayes

The fire was under control at 3.12pm.

Just more than an hour later, LFB were called to Hilary Road, Shepherd's Bush, at 4.19pm.

A mid terraced house was left completely damaged by a fire, and a second mid terraced house sustained damaged to part of the ground floor, half the first floor and part of the roof.

An end of terrace house also suffered fire damage to its roof.

A fire broke out in Lundy Drive on Monday afternoon (April 10)

The fire was under control at 7.24pm.

Investigations into the Shepherd's Bush and Hayes fire remain ongoing, but LBF said the Greenford fire was caused by a disposable barbecue.

Watch firefighters tackle blaze in Hayes

A LFB spokesman said: “It appears that a resident had been using a disposable barbecue and was it left on the timber decking which caught alight.

“It is really important that people don’t use barbecues on balconies or on top of tower blocks as you could be putting the lives of the residents inside the building at risk.

"Always make sure barbecues are completely cool before leaving them unattended.”

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