London Fire Brigade will remain at Camden Lock Market after a fire broke out just before midnight on Sunday (July 9).
A three-storey building which contained numerous businesses suffered extensive damage after the fire gutted the first, second and third floors and damaged the roof.
Around 70 firefighters went to the market having been called there at 11.57 pm and had the fire under control by 2.50am on Monday (July 10).
London Fire Brigade has said that four engines and 20 firefighters will remain at the scene of the fire on Monday to damp down any more hot spots.
The fire, which was highly visible prompted 37 calls to 999.
Road closures are in place at Chalk Farm Road junction with Hartland Road and south up to Hawley Crescent.
Station manager David Reid who was at the scene said: "Crews worked hard to get the fire under control and to stop it from spreading to neighbouring buildings."
Crews from Kentish Town, Euston, Soho, Paddington, Holloway and other nearby stations attended with ten fire engines and an aerial appliance.
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