A group of spectators gasped as a huge ball of fire erupted near Elephant and Castle station in London on June 28. Footage shows a fire engine approaching the blaze before a large fireball burst out from the building. According to reports, 100 firefighters are tackling the blaze. London's Mayor Sadiq Khan tweeted: "Two people have been treated for smoke inhalation. Please avoid the area while our emergency services continue their work - road closures are in place and the tube station is closed. If you live nearby, please follow the advice from @LondonFire and close all doors and windows."
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