A fire that broke out in a flat in Queenstown Road Battersea is now under control.
A spokesperson for London Fire Brigade said a motorbike that caught fire spread to a flat in Queenstown Road.
He said: "10 per cent of the ground floor was damaged along with five per cent of the second floor."
"The fire was under control at 2.42pm. The motorbike is 100 per cent damaged."
There are no reported injuries.
At around 2pm today (May 15) London Fire Brigade tweeted that four fire engines were in attendance of a fire in Queenstown Road.
London Ambulance Service are also at the scene.
Queenstown Road was closed in both directions but has re-opened southbound, while bus routes 156, 137 and 452 have been diverted via Silverthorne Road and Wandsworth Road.
Update - Queenstown Road has now re-opened southbound towards Lavender Hill. Northbound still closed while @LondonFire deal with house fire.— TfL Traffic News (@TfLTrafficNews) May 15, 2017
A3216 Queenstown Road is closed in both directions due to a house fire near Stanley Grove.— TfL Traffic News (@TfLTrafficNews) May 15, 2017
Routes 156 137 452 diverted via Silverthorne Road & Wandsworth Road and missing out stops on Queenstown Road, Battersea due to a house fire— TfL Bus Alerts (@TfLBusAlerts) May 15, 2017
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