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A stray firework destroyed a garden outhouse on Syon Lane in Isleworth last night.
Around ten metres of garden fencing was also damaged in the fire. Fortunately there are no reported injuries.
It's believed the cause of the fire is due to a stray firework landing on the outhouse.
A London Fire Brigade spokesperson said: "“It is far safer to go to organised displays rather than lighting fireworks yourself. If you do choose to host your own display, it is vital to follow the Firework Safety Code.”
The Brigade was called at 2222 and the incident was under control by 2334. Four fire engines and around 25 firefighters from Heston, Chiswick and Southall fire stations were at the scene.