Two horses have sadly died after a fire utterly engulfed a stable block in Upminster this weekend.
The London Fire Brigade had been known as to Hall Lane in Upminster in the early hours of this morning (May 2) following studies of a fire at the stables.
40 firefighters from Harold Hill, Hornchurch, Romford and Dagenham rushed to the scene.
The six fire engines arrived at the single-storey block of stables at round 4.40am, by which level the block had been utterly destroyed by the fire.
One horse was led to security by a member of employees earlier than emergency companies arrived at the scene.
Crews labored at the scene for round an hour earlier than the fire was utterly extinguished.
Sadly, two horses died at the scene of the fire.
The reason for the fire stays unknown and is at present underneath investigation by London Fire Brigade.
A spokesperson at London Fire Brigade mentioned: “Six fire engines and round 40 firefighters had been known as to a fire at a stables on Hall Lane in Upminster.
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“A single-storey stable block was destroyed by the blaze. One horse was led to security by a member of employees earlier than the arrival of the Brigade. Two horses sadly died at the scene.
“The Brigade was known as at 4.39am and the fire was underneath management by 5.46am.
“Fire crews from Harold Hill, Hornchurch, Romford and Dagenham fire stations had been at the scene.
“The reason for the fire is underneath investigation.”