Our most read stories this week cover a variety of topics, from emergency incidents to brilliant TV.
This week's most read stories come in the form of a van bursting into flames, the announcement of a brand-new series of Made in Chelsea, an attempted abduction, a case of fraud and a whopping £7,000 of parking fines down a small road.
Here are your top five stories of the week on Getwestlondon.
E4 announces new series of Made in Chelsea
This week, E4 announced that the reality TV programme would be coming back soon for a 12th series.
The TV channel confirmed the news on Twitter, saying: "WE'RE BACK, BOI!! Made In Chelsea Series 12 starts Monday 10th October on E4!!! # SaveTheDate."
After missing out on our weekly fix of drama, gossip and 'hooking up', Made in Chelsea will be back on E4 at 9pm on Monday October 10.
Investigation launched after 'attempted abduction' of two children in Harefield
An investigation was launched by Hillingdon Police after two boys were approached by a van driver in an attempted abduction in Harefield on Saturday September 24
Two 11-year-old boys were near The Old Orchard Public House in Harefield, when a driver in a silver van approached them at around 7.30pm.
Thankfully, the two boys were not harmed, and continue to assist police with the investigation.
Jail for a Hounslow man who took other people's driving tests
A man from Hounslow has been jailed after he was caught sitting driving theory tests for other people.
Davinder Singh posed as other people to take their tests at centres in Chatham, Southgate and Kingston upon Thames. He was sentenced on Friday (September 16) to two years' imprisonment.
Andy Rice, the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency's head of counter fraud, said: "The driving test is there to ensure that all drivers have the skills and knowledge to use the roads safely and responsibly. Anyone who tries to circumvent this process is putting innocent road users at risk."
Small road near Heathrow generates £7,000 of parking fines in just FIVE months
A small road near Heathrow Airport has generated more than £7,000 in parking fines in just five months!
Cains Lane in Bedfont is a narrow street, running for about 300 metres between Hatton Road and the A30 Great South West Road. In just five months to the end of August this year, 128 drivers amassed £7,015 in fines.
Van goes up in flames on A40 at Gypsy Corner in Acton
The blaze caused major traffic delays, and shut the A40 Western Avenue in both directions during the morning rush hour.