A fire has broken out at a building in Moorgate, in the City of London, which has forced the closure of a Tube station.
Footage shared on social media shows office workers pouring out onto the streets of Moorgate and the Barbican after the alarm was raised.
Thick, black smoke can be seen billowing above the glass skyscrapers from miles away.
Moorgate Station, which is on the Northern Line, has been shut and a number of roads were also cordoned off to traffic.
Meanwhile, several buildings around Moor Lane, Moorfields and the station have been evacuated.
Four fire engines and around 25 firefighters were deployed to the scene to tackle the flames.
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Eyewitnesses claim the source of the fire appears to be the western end of Tenter House, next to City Point and the new Deutsche Bank building, but this remains unconfirmed.
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