A large fire has broken out at a warehouse in north London, with huge plumes of smoke billowing into the sky visible for miles.
Dramatic images showed towering plumes of smoke which could be seen for miles across the capital.
Witnesses as far away as Canary Wharf, which is about eight miles from the scene, reported seeing the dark grey clouds rising into the sky.
London Fire Brigade (LFB) was called at 12.10am on Thursday and crews were still battling the fire at 6am.
Fifteen fire engines were sent to help bring the blaze under control.
Huge fire in Tottenham, hope everyone is ok pic.twitter.com/ywzJZ7Qgaz— Dean Maddison (@DeanMaddison2)May 23, 2019
Near ikea going towards Tottenham Hale lots of road closures pic.twitter.com/um0KbxM6D9— Stephen Barley (@StephenBarley1)May 23, 2019
Local residents were urged to keep their doors and windows closed.
Station manager Mike Cotton, who is at the scene, said: "Firefighters are working hard to bring the blaze on the industrial estate under control.
Tottenham fire visible from Fulham... pic.twitter.com/8QjlArcVmV— Jamie Powell (@ajb_powell)May 23, 2019
Large fire in Tottenham, as seen from Shooters Hill this morning pic.twitter.com/Pk7ebalgwV— stu mayhew (@stu_mayhew)May 23, 2019
"The fire is not affecting any residential properties."
The cause of the blaze was not immediately clear.
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