A blaze near the National Archives in London caused "significant damage" to two water towers close to the area, London Fire Brigade said in a statement.
The rescue service added:
Crews tackled the blaze, which was affecting two disused water towers, and brought the fire under control quickly. No injuries were reported. The fire caused significant damage to the water towers and smoke could be seen from the surrounding area.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
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