A huge fire that broke out on Monday evening close to the Elephant and Castle rail line station in London, England, has since been contained, as indicated by specialists.

Three business units under the railroad curves, six close by vehicles, and a pay phone were all burning, as indicated by the London Fire Brigade, and the London Ambulance Service affirmed that surgeons treated six individuals at the location of the fire, one of whom must be hospitalized.

The London Fire Brigade at first declared that 10 fire motors and around 70 firemen were on the scene to battle the burst, and it later refreshed that to 15 motors and around 100 firemen.

“There are critical street terminations set up, and we are requesting that individuals keep on staying away from the space,” said Station Commander James Ryan, who was at the scene. “Neighborhood individuals were encouraged to keep their windows and entryways shut while firemen attempted to manage the fire. The station and close by structures were cleared.”

Around an hour and a half after it previously tweeted about the fire, the London Fire Brigade reported that it was “presently leveled out.”

London Mayor Sadiq Khan said he’s thinking about “every one of those influenced by the intense fire.”

“My musings are with every one of those influenced by the intense fire in Elephant and Castle, which is currently leveled out,” he posted via web-based media. “I’m in close contact with the Fire Commissioner and need to thank our crisis administrations who acted rapidly to guarantee inhabitants and travelers were securely cleared.

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The London Fire Brigade said firemen will stay nearby for the following not many hours to “hose down the scene.”

Specialists are as yet examining the reason for the fire, however they don’t trust it to be identified with dread.