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On Sept. 24, 2011, six members of the Kua family died in a house fire in Neasden, northwest London.
The fire apparently started in a freezer.
"Flames were belting out the front two windows," neighbor Joe Lyons told Sky News.
Glen Gorman, a London Fire Brigade station manager, said: "Firefighters were faced with very intense heat and smoke. It was a very difficult situation to deal with.
The blaze was London's deadlist house fire in more than a decade, the BBC said.
In the aftermath, the London Fire Brigade launched "a fire safety blitz" to warn of household hazards.
In 2009, a fire at the Lakanal House apartment block in south London also claimed six lives in 2009.
6 PUMP FATAL FIRE
SONIA GARDENS, NEASDEN, LONDON.
Semi detached house of 2 floors, 8 metres by 8 metres, 70% of ground floor and 70% of 1st floor damaged by fire, 2 x 45mm jets, hosereel, breathing apparatus, thermal image camera, immediate emergency care pack, 1 adult, 1 infant and 3 children found on 1st floor apparently dead, 1 child rescued by breathing apparatus crew from 1st floor via internal staircase, subsequently confirmed dead by HEMS doctor, 1 female adult suffering from burns and smoke inhalation rescued by breathing apparatus crew from 1st floor via internal staircase removed, 1 male adult escaped before arrival of brigade suffering from burns and smoke inhalation removed, all persons accounted for.