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Grenfell Tower fire
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Fears residents could be trapped as inferno rips through London tower block
Two hundred firefighters and 40 fire engines are battling a large fire on a west London estate.
At least two people have been injured and flats at the 27-storey Grenfell Tower are being evacuated.
Footage on social media showed the building engulfed in fire, with flames stretching over a number of floors.
The fire brigade said the fire was from the 26th floor.
One witness, Reo, told Sky News: “I was in my kitchen and heard smoke alarms.
“I could see the whole right side of the building was on fire.”
The tower block is on the Lancaster West Estate, between Latimer Road Underground station and Westfield’s White City shopping centre.
Police said: “At this stage we are aware of two people being treated at the scene for smoke inhalation.”
Photos posted to social media showed the 27-storey Grenfell Tower on the Lancaster West Estate in North Kensington engulfed in flames.
The London Fire Brigade said it had 40 fire engines at the scene and said all of the building, from the second floor upwards, was ablaze.
More than 200 people live in the tower but it was not clear how many people were still inside.
British television presenter George Clarke told Radio 5 Live he was covered in ash even though he was 100 metres from the scene.
He said he saw people waving torches from the top level of the building and saw rescuers “doing an incredible job” trying to get people out.
Another eyewitness said the block of flats was “close to burning through”.
Authorities said at least two people were currently being treated for smoke inhalation.
Police were holding bystanders back to allow ambulances to get access to the area.
More to come.