"Eighteen fire engines and support vehicles are now at the scene as crews continue to tackle the fire".
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A fire has broken out at Warner Bros studios - famously associated with the Harry Potter and James Bond movies.
A spokeswoman later stated: "The hearth at Warner Bros Studios is now out however a number of automobiles stay on web site".
A earlier assertion learn: "The hearth and rescue service had been referred to as to studies of a hearth at Warner Bros Studios in Leavesden in Hertfordshire at 11.29pm on Wednesday 10 July".
The fire was first reported late Wednesday on a sound stage not in use. "There are no injuries".
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Firefighters have put out a blaze at the Warner Bros. studio near London, where all eight Harry Potter movies were filmed, after tackling the fire for over twelve hours.
All the Harry Potter movies were filmed at the studios, which are used to shoot movies, TV shows, music videos and adverts.
Mark Hancock, who lives nearby, said: "My house is only about 200m away from the perimeter fence and we have a clear line of sight over gardens so we managed to see it out one of our windows".
Public studio tours are reportedly unaffected and taking place as usual.
"As I watched the smoke appeared to get thicker, so much so that we could see the flashing lights of the fire engines reflecting off the thick smoke", he added.
People living in the Abbots Langley and Leavesden area said they were woken up by a "very strong" smell of smoke during the night.