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Charity Shop fire tackled by London Fire Brigade

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On Friday March 29th London Fire Brigade received multiple calls to a fire in an Ilford Town Centre charity shop.
The store which was closed at the time was gutted by the fire which saw crews from around East London to tackle the blaze.
6 fire engines, London Ambulance Service and Metropolitan Police attended the incident.
There were initial reports of people being trapped in the blaze, though there are no reports of any injuries and it is thought that people living above the store were not involved in the blaze.

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IAN MARLOWSenior Correspondent

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