Fire close to derelict Stratford building

PUBLISHED: 10:15 11 April 2016 | UPDATED: 10:15 11 April 2016

The fire by Wingate House (picture: @jortmentink)

The fire by Wingate House (picture: @jortmentink)


Firefighters attended a small fire close to a derelict building in Stratford on Saturday.

Smoke was seen close to the building (picture: @williamrlward)Smoke was seen close to the building (picture: @williamrlward)

They were called to Warton Road, where a fire had broken out close to Wingate House, at around 5.50pm.

Despite pictures showing smoke coming from the building, a spokesman for the London Fire Brigade said the fire happened outside.

It took crews around half an hour to get it under control.

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