Footage shows fire crews battling to put out a fire that damaged three floors and the roof of a historic Grade II listed derelict pub in Mitcham.

The video, shared by X user @foramzy, shows emergency services at the scene of the fire that damaged half the ground floor as well as the first and second floors of the Grade II listed building.

Emergency services were first called to the scene at around 7:30pm to a fire at the derelict Burn Bullock pub in Mitcham in south west London.

Fire crews from London Fire Brigade and ambulance crews from London Ambulance Service were at the scene.

Four men were assessed at the scene, their conditions are currently unknown.

The fire was attended by 80 firefighters with 12 fire engines dispatched to the incident.

Half of the ground, first and second floors of the building were damaged by fire and the roof was destroyed, two gas cylinders were also removed by fire crews as a precaution.

Two 32-metre turntable ladders were also used by fire crews as water towers to help put out the fire, which can be seen in the footage.

Fire crews battled for almost three hours to put out the blaze and the cause of the fire is under investigation.

A spokesperson for London Fire Brigade said: “12 fire engines and around 80 firefighters tackled a fire at a derelict pub on London Road in Mitcham.

“Half of the ground, first and second floors of the building were damaged by fire and the roof was destroyed. Four men were assessed on scene by London Ambulance Service crews.

“Two of the Brigade's 32-metre turntable ladders were used at the scene as water towers.

“Two gas cylinders were removed from the property as a precaution as some cylinders can explode when exposed to heat.

“The Brigade's 999 Control Officers took 34 calls to the blaze.

“The Brigade was called at 1929 and the fire was under control by 2218. Fire crews from Norbury, Wimbledon, Tooting and surrounding fire stations attended the scene.

“The cause of the fire is under investigation.”