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Firefighters are tackling a blaze at a 15-storey block of flats in Marylebone Road.

London Fire Brigade (LFB) confirmed it was called to the fire at 2.53am on Tuesday morning (April 24).

Six fire trucks remained at the scene at 6.15am working to tackle the fire that broke out in an 11th floor apartment.

LFB confirmed two men had safely left the burning apartment by the time its officers arrived at the scene.

A further 11 people were evacuated from the building and there are no reported injuries.

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The Brigade was called at 2.53am and the fire was under control at 4.14am.

Fire crews from Paddington, Euston, Soho, Kensington and North Kensington fire stations attended the scene.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

Marylebone Road fully reopened following flat fire

Transport for London confirmed that Marylebone Road has fully reopened having been reduced to one lane eastbound between Balcombe Street and Gloucester Place due to a “building fire.”

No injuries reported in 11th floor blaze

London Fire Brigade (LFB) confirmed there were no reported injuries in a flat block blaze that damaged an 11th floor apartment.

An LFB spokesman said: “We were called to a fire in Marylebone Road at 2.53am on Tuesday (April 24). Six fire engines attended the fire that broke out in a flat on the 11th floor of a 15 storey building. Two male residents had left the flat when LFB officers arrived at the scene. A further 15 people were evacuated from the building. There were no reported injuries in the fire. LFB officers remain at the scene.”

See where in Marylebone Road six fire engines are tackling a flat block fire

Firefighters are attending an 11th floor flat blaze between Balcombe Street and Gloucester Place in Marylebone Road.

Marylebone Road partially closed due to "building fire"

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Marylebone Road is partially closed as firefighters tackle a “building fire”, according to Transport for London (TfL).

TfL tweeted that the road is reduced to one lane eastbound between Balcombe Street and Gloucester Place.