A probe has started after the deadly destruction of 20 flats by a six-story fire in east London. An additional 10 flats in De Pass Gardens,  yelling were spoiling by heat and smoke.

London Fire Brigade wrote on Twitter, the “ ground floor to the sixth floor are alight”, before claiming the fire was “under control” briefly after 6 pm. Man and Woman were treated at the scene for smoke inhalation, but no other wounds were reported.

It is still known what caused the fire.  About 100 fire extinguisher and 15 fire engines were called in, accommodations were depopulated and streets were closed to the public.

London Ambulance Service put “crews on standby”, sent its hazardous area response team and shipped an air ambulance.

London Fire Brigade called in crews from Dagenham, East Ham, and Barking and surrounding fire stations.

Expelled residents were recommended to go to Thames View Community Center on Blastable Road. A representative was suggested to go to Thames View Community Center on Blastable Road. A representative for the L & Q Group, which supervised a reconstruction project in east London, said; “ this property was built by a private company and is now owned by a private landlord”.

He also added, “as we have a large presence in the area, we have arranged for staff to open up our local office so we can assist residents. ”

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