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Massive Fire Engulfs Business Unit in Perivale, London

In a dramatic Christmas Day incident, ten fire engines from the London Fire Brigade and an aerial ladder have been deployed to battle a massive blaze at Walmgate Road, Perivale. The incident prompted the mobilisation of a significant firefighting response over nearly seventy firefighters and officers from Stations across West London.

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15:39:55
20 Fire Engines are now at the scene of a well devloped blaze and over 140 firefighters

Four Aerial ladders have  been sent  to the scene of the ongoing incident that started just after lunchtime on Christmas Day  one of the issues  being faced by fire crews is Gas Cylinders are also understood to be involved in the blaze 

14:11:46
Specialist Fire Investigators have been sent to investigate the cause of the blaze that currently unknown

Specialist Fire Investigators have been sent to investigate the cause of the blaze that currently unknown

14:10:41
The location of the blaze is very to were the Met Police vehicle compound centre is located

The business that rents the property is understood to the Marvel International Food Logistics that Appointment of a liquidator on the 7th December this year.

 

 

14:05:24
The well developed blaze has spread to the roof of the single storey building

The well-developed blaze has spread to the roof of the single-storey building massive effects to stop the blaze from spreading to neighbouring businesses 

December 25, 2023
Escalation in Emergency Response at Ongoing Incident, Additional Fire Engines and Aerial Ladder Deployed

In a significant development in the ongoing emergency incident, the response has been intensified with the deployment of additional firefighting resources.

Enhanced Firefighting Efforts

  • Additional Fire Engines: Five more fire engines have been sent to the scene, augmenting the initial response team.
  • Second Aerial Ladder: A second aerial ladder platform is now part of the operation, indicating the scale and complexity of the incident.

Crews were summoned to the scene just after 12:30 PM as thick plumes of smoke billowed from the roof of the business unit, creating a hazardous situation. Surrounding roads have been swiftly cordoned off, and residents in the vicinity have been urged to keep windows and doors tightly shut as a precaution against the high levels of smoke emanating from the building.

massive fire engulfs business unit in Perivale London

The fire, which appears to have erupted on Christmas Day, has presented a challenging situation for firefighters dealing with the incident. The cause of the fire is currently under investigation, and authorities are working tirelessly to bring the situation under control.

As the situation continues to develop, updates will be provided by the London Fire Brigade and local authorities. Motorists and residents in the area are advised to exercise caution and follow instructions from emergency services personnel.

Our thoughts are with the emergency responders working diligently to contain the blaze and protect the community.

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