Blast Near London’s Elephant and Castle Underground Station

Blast Near London's Elephant and Castle Underground Station

The most recent short video / vlog in the Full HD episode of “The Sun.” The subject of today’s video clips / vlog is “Breaking News: Blast Near London’s Elephant and Castle Underground Station.” This is not the same as yesterday’s problem.

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Elephant & Castle fire – Huge explosion under train station sends massive plume of smoke over London

A HUGE blaze has broken out in South London – after a massive explosion under Elephant and Castle train station.

Black smoke can be seen billowing above the capital for miles after a large fireball erupted under the major transport hub.

A police officer and a member of the public at being treated for smoke inhalation after a blaze broke.

Terrified witnesses posted the shocking images on social media, explaining that they had been “engulfed” in black smoke.

Police are currently urgently evacuating residents and businesses in the area.

Officers have reportedly confirmed that “dangerous chemicals” have been involved in the blaze.

Thick plumes of black smoke could be seen filling the air above central London at around 1.45pm this afternoon.

Travellers were urgently evacuated from the station after the blaze broke out.

There are unconfirmed reports the fire broke out at an auto repair shop in one of the arches under the station.

A mechanic who works in the garage said: “We all had to run out of the shop. I didn’t see how it started.

“There were six of us in the shop at the time. We left all our things in there and had to run. I could see flames about seven metres high.

“My phone is still in there and all my things. There are three cars in there now and other things that can explode so I don’t think we will be allowed back.”

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