FIRE crews are tackling an enormous hearth at a bus depot – with residents reporting as much as “ten” explosions.
Dramatic footage reveals smoke billowing into the night time after 60 firefighters raced to the blaze in Orpington, South London, shortly earlier than 4am this morning.
Eleven buses caught alight on the Farnborough Hill hub, hearth officers stated. At 6am there have been nonetheless eight hearth engines on the scene.
Police are additionally attending. No accidents have been reported however individuals are being urged to keep away from the realm because of the billowing smoke.
Amy Spencer tweeted: “Woken up by 10 large explosions and what appears to be like like a giant hearth close to Sevenoaks highway in Orpington.”
One other individual posted: “Seems it is the bus storage. Gasoline tanks blowing up I assume!”
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