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72 firefighters and officers tackled a fire in a derelict building on Rosemont road, Wembley this evening.
Two people left the scene before the arrival of the Brigade and around a third of the first floor was alight. The fire was very visible and produced a lot of smoke, over 30 people called Brigade operators to report the fire.
Ten fire engines and aerial ladder platforms from stations including Wembley, Acton, Ealing and Park Royal were at the scene.
The cause of the fire is not known at this stage.
The Brigade was called at 1717 and the fire was under control at 1844 but crews will be there for some time damping down.