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Firefighters are warning Londoners not to leave cooking unattended after a small fire at a flat on Maylands Drive in Sidcup.
The fire started in the kitchen of a flat. Firefighters made the scene safe and checked on the resident's pet rabbit who was left in the garden. There were no reports of any injuries.
Borough Commander Peter Curtin said: "On arrival, our crews ventilated the property and checked to see if anyone else was left inside.
"The owner confirmed that it was just a rabbit left in the back garden, so firefighters checked on this and made the scene safe.
"Thankfully, the rabbit was okay and the owner was grateful for our attendance."
The fire is believed to have started by unattended cooking.
The Brigade was called at 1344 and the incident was over for firefighters by 1354. Fire crews from Sidcup fire station attended the scene.