A fire has broken out in a high-rise flat a short distance from the site of the Grenfell Tower disaster.
Ten fire engines and 70 firefighters are at the scene in Darfield Way, the London Fire Brigade said.
The fire on the 12th floor of Markland House was brought under control by 12:55 BST and no injuries have been reported. Its cause is not yet known.
The block of flats is under a mile from Grenfell Tower where seventy-two people died on 14 June 2017.
Resident Dhin Chittenden said she cried as she ran down the steps from her flat on the 11th floor of the tower block.
The 26-year-old receptionist, who has lived in the building with her husband for a month, said she was already fearful about another Grenfell Tower-type tragedy before the fire broke out.
“I kept thinking about that. If it’s happened somewhere else then it could happen again,” she said.
Samantha Findley, 41, smelled what she thought was burning plastic in the tower block before immediately fleeing her 10th floor flat.
“I smelled it. So I thought ‘let me get out, I’m out’. I grabbed my keys, my phone. I’m out. I’m not seeing where it is or anything. I’m out.”
Miguel Alves, who survived the Grenfell Tower blaze in 2017, was passing the area when he saw fire engines and police.
He said: “I feel shocked because it’s only 200 metres or 300 or 400 metres anyway from Grenfell Tower. It’s on the same area. It’s difficult to believe something happened again on the same area.”
London Ambulance Service urged people living near the scene of the blaze to keep their windows shut.
A cordon is in place around the tower and a roll-call of residents is being taken to ensure everyone is out of the building.