Firefighters rescued one man from the ground floor and another from the second floor, London Fire Brigade said, and they have been taken to hospital where they are being treated for smoke inhalation.
What does LFB stand for?
LFB stands for London Fire Brigade
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Samples in periodicals archive:
A spokesman for London Fire Brigade was unable to give details but said: "We are taking lots of emergency calls at the moment".
The Mayor's GLA Budget includes the Metropolitan Police, London Fire Brigade and Transport for London.
The data released by the London fire brigade reports 417 incidents attended by fire fighters involving people stuck in objects, machinery and furniture - not including road traffic accidents.
Using Courion, London Fire Brigade has slashed the volume of calls to its IT Service Desk at shift changes, significantly reducing the overhead costs of password resets.
And the London Fire Brigade has pinpointed a link between a series of blazes and a Beko product after a tower block inferno in Bermondsey, South East London, last week.
Up to 500,000 faulty freezers may be posing serious fire risks to homes and businesses across the UK, the London Fire Brigade said on Tuesday.
A London Fire Brigade (LFB) spokesman said eight fire engines were used to pump water on the flames and an aerial platform was used as a "cherry picker" to survey the fire.