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LONDON FIRE BRIGADE

Police are appealing for witnesses or anyone with dashcam footage to come forward, after a man was hit by a bus in Camden Road on Tuesday.

A pedestrian was hit by a bus in Camden Road this afternoon.

A 65-year-old man died after being hit by a train at Archway station this afternoon.

A St John's Wood mother and child had a lucky escape this week when they fled a house fire last night.

Firefighters have battled a blaze at a block of flats in Hampstead.

The families left homeless by the fire that destroyed the upper floors of Willow House in East Finchley last week said Barnet Council treated them "like ants to be squashed" in the immediate aftermath of the fire.

Tens of thousands of pounds, weapons and drugs were seized after searching a garage in the Peckwater Estate on Tuesday morning.

A passing mechanic saved the day after a "rogue Diwali firework" set the roof of a Hornsey bar on fire a week ago last Thursday.

Altered plans for the controversial development of 100 Avenue Road in Swiss Cottage won't go before Camden Council's planning committee - after council officers defied councillors and approved them.

Tenants in Maida Vale's Scottish Towers were furious to discover the CityWest Homes estate's most recent fire risk assessments detail a litany of "high and medium priority" issues that, almost a year later, have not been dealt with.

A third-floor room was badly damaged in a fire in Golders Green on Saturday night.

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