The army has been called to deal with a suspected unexploded Second World War bomb that has been found in a construction site near Brondesbury Park station.
Emergency services were called at around 11.30am on Thursday (March 2) after the object was found in The Avenue.
Police cordons have been put in place alongside road closures and buildings in the area have been evacuated as a precaution
A statement from LFB said: “The brigade is currently assisting police at the scene of a suspected World War Two bomb on a building site in The Avenue in Brondesbury Park.
“Police have put cordons in place and there are road closures in the area.
“Some local buildings have been evacuated as a precaution.”
There are two fire engines and 14 firefighters from West Hampstead station helping to dispose of the object.
A statement from the Met said: “Police were called at approximately 11.32am on Thursday to reports of a suspected WWII ordnance discovered in The Avenue.
“The situation remains ongoing.”
Brent Council said the army was on its way to the site.
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