Firefighters and 999 operators tackled more than 110 wind-related incidents as Storm Katie lashed London.
Fallen trees, precarious scaffolding and a collapsed chimney kept fire crews across the capital busy throughout Easter Monday (March 28) morning.
London Fire Brigade said it had dealt with more than 110 Storm Katie-related incidents since midnight, including:
• A roof collapse on Haydon Road in South Wimbledon
• A tree down on the South Circular in Forest Hill
• A chimney collapse on Roxeth Green Avenue in South Harrow
More than 70 firefighters also battled atrocious weather conditions as they rescued 13 people from flats above a restaurant blaze.
Safety advice during windy weather
An LFB spokesperson said: "Firefighters are always on hand should any buildings, hoardings or scaffolding be left in a precarious position and posing a risk to life because of high winds.
"Our 999 control officers have worked tirelessly to deal with hundreds of calls and get fire crews there as quickly as possible.
"To help stay safe during windy weather people should always clear gardens, balconies and window sills of anything that could be blown away.
"They should also take extra care if they venture outside and be careful using candles in the case of a power cut."
You can follow our live blog for the latest updates on Storm Katie, which has been causing major travel disrpution.
Ealing sees 23 incidents of fallen trees
Cllr Bassam Mahfouz, Ealing's cabinet member for the Environment said the council are dealing with 23 incidents of fallen trees.
He said: "As a council we've taken phone calls in relation to 23 incidents of fallen trees.
"We have been out to assess them all and are prioritising removal of those that are blocking roads or are a risk to the public.
"Thank you to everyone who has called through already and I'd ask all residents to be vigilant and help us by calling 020 8825 5000 to report any other fallen trees they may find."