On Sunday, a devastating fire broke out at a housing complex in East London, reports a London Ambulance spokesperson. No injuries or casualties have been reported, adding that ambulance units were still present at the scene.

Earlier, the fire brigade said that over 100 firefighters were dealing with the flame, which had set six floors of a residential building.

Video clip on social media showed enormous flames coming out the front of a low-rise housing complex. Later photos showed a less dangerous scene with flames substantially extinguished. Reuters wasn’t immediately able to autonomously verify the video footage.  

Around 2-years ago, Grenfell Tower – a high-rise social housing complex in West London, was submerged by flames in the mid-night, which took the lives of over 71 people in the nation’s deadliest domestic fire since World War II.

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