Scores of firefighters tackle west London church hall blaze
London Fire Brigade was called at around 4am to Dorris Hill Lane in Neasden.
Dozens of firefighters have been sent to tackle an overnight blaze at a church hall in west London.
London Fire Brigade (LFB) said 10 engines and 70 firefighters were called to the site in Dorris Hill Lane, Neasden, at around 4am.
Half of the first floor, second floor and roof of the hall were said to be alight.
Crews are working hard to bring the fire at a church hall in #DollisHill under control. Firefighters are likely to remain at the scene throughout the morning https://t.co/knjM1yYGMF pic.twitter.com/T1dyyssPDB— London Fire Brigade (@LondonFire) September 12, 2018
Crews were sent from Willesden, West Hampstead, Wembley, North Kensington, Hendon and surrounding stations, LFB said.
The cause of the fire remains unclear.
We are on scene at Neasden Circle junction with Tanfield Avenue for a fire at a Church. Tanfield Avenue and part of Neasden Circle remain closed.— Brent MPS (@MPSBrent) September 12, 2018
The Metropolitan Police said in a tweet: “We are on scene at Neasden Circle junction with Tanfield Avenue for a fire at a Church. Tanfield Avenue and part of Neasden Circle remain closed.”