About 70 firefighters fight grass fire in north London.
An area of a meadow measuring about 900 m by 600 m is on fire and 10 fire engines were sent to the scene on Rammy Marsh in Enfield after the call at 12:59.
London fire The brigade (LFB) stated that the flames produced a lot of of smoke over M25 between junctions 25 and 26. Its cause yet to be installed.
LFB repeated his message public don’t eat barbecue in open spaces and dispose of garbage and cigarettes properly to prevent fire, with temperature reaches 34C in southern England.
Around 18:00 LFB wrote on Twitter that “firefighters continue work in hot and difficult conditions at the scene of grass fire in #RammyMarsh.
A spokesperson said: “There has been an unprecedented long drought this summer. with high temperatures, so grass in London dry keg and smallest of sparks can start the flame that could cause devastation.
“Despite our constant warnings over in last a few weeks, we know is there some more people who barbecue in parks throwing cigarettes out of car windows and leaving rubbish lying around.
“We ask Londoners help us protect city we all love to do our best to prevent further grass fires. Please don’t barbecue in open spaces or balconies, throw safely put away your rubbish and put your cigarettes away out right.”
Fire brigades from Chingford, Hendon, Enfield, Southgate and surrounding areas fire stations are at the scene.
Thursday three hectares of grass, bushes and bushes were destroyed in flame in Raynham, East London. It was second time in two days that pastures caught there fire.