The dramatic moment a bus caught fire in south east London has been caught on camera.
The incident occurred in Blackheath at around 12.30pm on Monday.
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Speaking to the Evening Standard, witness Christopher Holland said: "I was just on the way to the post office when a large amount of grey smoke began to fill the air from a nearby bus then there were several bangs and flames started to pour out from the rear end.
"It was quite scary and people were beginning to panic a bit as it was very close to the shops and parked cars - luckily the fire brigade arrived quickly and managed to put it before it spread any further."
Onlookers posted pictures to Twitter:
BLACKHEATH: Bus fire Main Road in Blackheath Village this afternoon. pic.twitter.com/uf3j8tgzy9— Kent 999s (@Kent_999s) August 10, 2015
Kent 999s also shared a video showing large amounts of grey smoke billowing into the air.
BLACKHEATH update: Video of bus fire Blackheath Village this afternoon. Vid Tiziano Senese. pic.twitter.com/CvSxnWWGSJ— Kent 999s (@Kent_999s) August 10, 2015
Speaking to the Mirror, Ken Davidson, head of bus operations for Transport for London described the incident as a "small fire."
He added: "All passengers disembarked the bus without injury. There will be a full investigation into the incident."
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