Police investigation after two found dead in Streatham fire

10:53 16 November 2012

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Two people were found dead this morning after a fire on wasteland in Streatham.

The bodies were found by firefighters at the junction of Lewin Road and Streatham High Road shortly after 2.10am.

A third person was taken to hospital with injuries sustained in the blaze.

Two fire engines and around 10 firefighters from Norbury fire station attended the call and fire was under control by 0334.

The cause of the fire is under investigation by the London Fire Brigade and the Metropolitan Police.

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