The London Fire Brigade (LFB) has provided an update on a huge fire which tore through a warehouse in Rainham last month.

On June 20, more than 100 firefighters took almost five hours to bring a blaze at an industrial estate in Ferry Lane under control.

Today (July 10), almost a month on, the LFB has issued an update confirming the cause of the fire is still under investigation.

Last month, the brigade received almost 30 calls about the incident, having been alerted just after 1.15pm on June 20.

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The fire was extinguished just before 6pm that day.

Huge plumes of smoke were seen after flames tore through a warehouse containing industrial units.

Crews from Barking, East Ham, Wennington, Dagenham and surrounding fire stations attended.

They were supported by Kent Fire & Rescue Service and Essex County Fire & Rescue Service.