A magnificent fire at a London pipeline station, with hundreds of firefighters at the scene

A magnificent fire at a London pipeline station, with hundreds of firefighters at the scene

The London Underground station caught fire on Monday afternoon. A huge fire broke out near the Elephant and Castle station in London after an explosion in the London Underground. The largest black smoke is seen above the British capital.

According to witnesses, “An explosion and a big ball fire” Appeared from below the station. “We opened the window for a second because we could hear people screaming and we could smell something very strong,” he said. Sarah Scarpa, who lives near the station, tells the Mirror.

“We do not think this incident is related to terrorism.”

One hundred firefighters intervened at the scene, according to British newspapers. Circumstances are unknown at this time, but “We do not think this incident is related to terrorism.”, Referred to the Metropolitan Police on social networks.

Trains can no longer stop temporarily at the station.

In videos posted on social networks, violent outbursts can be seen. It is not yet known if there are any injuries.

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