London (June 25, 2017): Fire broke out in another building in British capital and a man was taken to hospital after breathing in smoke at the four-storey building on Turin Street, Bethnal Green.
More than 72 firefighters tackled the blaze, which destroyed one flat and the entire roof. Residents had to be evacuated after a fire broke out on the top floor of an east London block of flats.
Police said that an investigation into the cause has been launched. Thick black smoke poured into the sky as firefighters fought the blaze which broke out in a third floor flat.
Paramedics took one man to hospital who was suffering from smoke inhalation. London Fire Brigade said the whole of the third floor and the roof are alight.
A spokeswoman said: “The Brigade was called at 4.25pm. Firefighters from Bethnal Green and surrounding fire stations are attending the scene. Bethnal Green Road is closed both ways between Satchwell Road and Turin street.