After the inferno, Camden is now counting the cost
Were you there: send your Camden blaze pictures and video to email@example.comMore than 100 stallholders could be out of business for many months as a result of the fire that destroyed a large section of the famous Camden Market on Saturday night. The famous Hawley Arms, host to a string of hard-living celebs and the home of much rock memorabilia, may have to b
Some 100 stallholders could be out of business for many months as a result of the fire that destroyed a large section of the famous Camden Market.
The famous Hawley Arms, host to a string of hard-living celebs and the home of much rock memorabilia, may have to be demolished.
Speculation over the cause of the blaze is rife, with theories ranging from a discarded cigarette butt to a small fire in a fast food stall that quickly spread out of control..
A painstaking investigation is now underway to discover the precise cause of the blaze and forensic teams are sifting through the wreckage.
More than 100 firefighters were involved in fighting the blaze, with flames rising to a height of more than 50 feet at its peak.
Today parts of the scene are still smouldering.
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