Crews from four fire stations called to blaze in Sands End on Monday
Picture: London Fire Brigade
A dog has died and a second one was rescued from a fire in Fulham during the evening of Monday 29 July.
London Fire Brigade say four fire engines and around 25 firefighters tackled the fire in a house converted into flats in Byam Street in Sands End, opposite the Harbour Club.
Half of the ground floor flat was damaged by fire. A resident left the first floor flat before the Brigade arrived.
The Brigade says one dog sadly died in the fire and another was rescued by firefighters.
London Fire Brigade was called at 9.05pm and the fire was under control by 10.10pm.
Fire crews from Fulham, Wandsworth, Chelsea and Battersea Fire Stations attended the incident.
The cause of the fire is now under investigation by the Metropolitan Police.
July 31, 2019