About 30 firefighters are dealing with the after-effects of a major fire which started in east London on Thursday.
Chris Coetzee sent in a picture of the smoke from the fire
The fire began in a building on North Woolwich Road, Canning Town, on Thursday evening when a stack of gas cylinders and pallets caught alight.
The blaze is now under control but a 200m zone has been set up to cordon off the area until the gas cylinders have cooled down.
No-one is thought to have been hurt, a London Fire Brigade spokeswoman said.
Fire engines were called to the scene of the blaze at an industrial site on Crescent Wharf at 1748 BST.
About 60 firefighters and 12 fire engines tried to extinguish the wooden pallets and propane cylinders, with thick black smoke billowing from the building.
North Woolwich Road remains open to traffic.