Fire fighters called to Canonbury blaze

PUBLISHED: 14:08 28 June 2011 | UPDATED: 14:27 28 June 2011

Four fire engine's attended the scene

Four fire engine's attended the scene

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Four fire engines rushed to a house in Canonbury on Sunday (June 26) as flames raged through a three-storey building.

Around 20 fire fighters from Islington, Kingsland and Homerton stations tackled the blaze at a terraced house in Thorndike Road, Canonbury.

The brigade were called at around 4pm and had the flames under control by around 5pm, by which time a quarter of the roof and most of the roof space were destroyed.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

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