People living in east London are being told to keep their windows and doors shut after a large fire at an industrial estate.
Twenty engines and 120 firefighters are working to bring the flames - at a two-storey unit in Orient Way in Leyton - under control.
London Fire Brigade were first alerted to the fire at around 5:22am on Saturday morning.
The force says it has received more than 70 calls from members of the public.
A cloud of thick smoke could be seen across the capital.
Station Manager Rod Wainwright, who is at the scene, said: "There are large volumes of smoke.
"I would advise all nearby residents in the area to keep their doors and windows closed until the smoke plume has diminished."
The cause of the fire is not known.