Dozens Flee As Huge Fire Rips Through Flats in London
About 150 people have fled their homes after a huge blaze at a building site spread to several blocks of flats in south east London.
More than 125 firefighters were tackling the blaze in Peckham, which was first reported just before 4.30am.
Eyewitness Beatrice Ghartey told Sky News: "Cars were blowing up. It was just really scary.
"The blaze was moving towards us. I called the fire brigade and I could not even talk. I was literally screaming, 'Fire.'"
Pictures of the blaze showed flames bursting from the top floors of a four-storey building.
Sky News reporter Simon Newton, at the scene, said: "It's remarkable there weren't significant numbers of casualties.
"There were concerns about the lady who runs the pub directly opposite because that was, we understand, the first place that really erupted in flames.
"We can see that it's an absolute gutted shell, but she apparently also got out."
Please add to this if you have an update. As at 50 minutes ago, the figures of people displaced by the fire has risen to 300 - Here.