LFB investigate cause of Elephant & Castle railway fire with Met police

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James Ryan, Station Commander of Shoreditch Fire Station, says that an investigation with London Met police has been launched to find the cause of the railway fire in Elephant and Castle, South London.

A MECHANIC who survived Monday's terrifying inferno at Elephant and Castle has revealed his miraculous escape from seven-metre-high flames.

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

The huge blaze erupted in South London at on Monday after a massive explosion under the Elephant and Castle train station.

Six people were treated at the scene of the blaze - one of whom is understood to have been a police officer, while another was taken to hospital.

A mechanic who works in the garage where the explosion took place told the Sun: “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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