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The surprising second a London bus burst into flames, inflicting passengers aboard to flee for his or her lives, was caught on digicam.

More than two dozen firefighters had been referred to as to deal with the blaze that ripped by means of a bus in London on Saturday afternoon (May 18).

Five hearth engines had been referred to as to the blaze on Richmond Road, Twickenham, shortly earlier than 1.30pm.

Luckily, nobody is believed to have been injured on account of the incident, however the street stays closed.

The bus was utterly destroyed within the hearth, and an investigation into the trigger is now underway.

A London Fire Brigade spokesperson stated:  “Five fire engines and around 30 firefighters tackled a bus fire on Richmond Road in Twickenham.

“One diesel single decker bus was destroyed by the hearth. All passengers and the motive force left the bus earlier than the Brigade’s arrival. There aren’t any stories of any accidents.

“The road remains closed following the incident and people are advised to avoid the area for the rest of the day.

“The Brigade was referred to as at 1318 and the incident was over for firefighters at 1426.

“Crews from Twickenham, Richmond, Heston and Kingston fire stations attended the scene.

“The reason behind the hearth is below investigation.”

A Metropolitan Police spokesperson said: “Emergency providers had been referred to as at 1.20pm on Saturday, May 18, to a bus on hearth in Richmond Road, Twickenham.

“There were no reported injuries. Enquiries continue alongside London Fire Brigade colleagues.”