A big fire breaks out in east London close to the site of the proposed 2012 Olympic stadium.
Firefighters were called out just after 1200 GMT to Waterden Road, Stratford.
Up to 75 firefighters tackled the fire, which created a huge plume of black smoke that can be seen across the city.
Waterden Road runs through the site where the 2012 Olympics will be held.
The smoke produced by the fire could be seen from miles around.
The fire is believed to have broken out in a disused warehouse near to the Channel Tunnel high speed rail link.
London Ambulance Service said there are no reports of casualties.
The Metropolitan Police are investigating the incident but have so far discounted a terrorist motive.