【主播】星期六，英國倫敦坎登市場(Camden market)發生大火，燒燬了幾家商店和當地一間頗負盛名的夜總會。英國倫敦消防隊(London Fire Brigade)獲報後，一共出動了20輛消防車與一百名消防員，趕往現場救火，並立即疏散當地居民，所幸無人傷亡。
【配音】針對這起火警，英國倫敦消防隊表示，起火地點位於坎登市場內的儲貨區與幾家店鋪，鄰近的房屋則遭受波及。歌手艾美懷絲(Amy Winehouse)與模特兒凱特‧莫斯(Kate Moss)等名流經常出入的哈里‧阿姆斯酒吧(the Hawley Arms pub)，也被大火吞噬。
※ The original article was taken from Reuters Website. ( 原文取自路透社網站 )
INTRO: Fire engulfs part of popular London tourist attraction. A fire spread rapidly through part of Camden Market in North London on Saturday.
STORY: A huge fire swept through London's Camden market on Saturday (February 9), damaging shops and a famous nightspot in one of the British capital's most popular tourist districts. London Fire Brigade(英國倫敦消防隊) said it had sent 20 fire engines and 100 firefighters to tackle the blaze at the market in north London, a bohemian area usually crowded with shoppers and people enjoying local pubs and clubs.
No one was injured but market storage areas and shops were set ablaze and adjoining houses damaged, the Fire Brigade said. The fire devoured the Hawley Arms pub, a popular haunt of celebrities including singer Amy Winehouse and model Kate Moss. Some local residents had to be evacuated as a precaution, the Fire Brigade said.
Throngs of revellers stood in the streets of Camden, a fashion and music hub, watching flames and smoke billowing into the air. By late evening, the blaze had died down but firefighters said they would remain on scene all night.
"The fire is surrounded by our fire crews and they are continuing to try and bring this under control," Fire Brigade spokesman Guy Foster told reporters. He said the blaze appeared to have started in market stalls. Investigators were at the scene but it was too early to say what had caused it, he said. A police spokesman said there was nothing to suggest the fire's origins were criminal.
According to the Camden market Web site, it is the largest street market in Britain and the fourth most-visited tourist attraction in London, with about 500,000 visitors a week. The market, next to Camden Lock, opened in the 1970s and has grown into a sprawling complex of market stalls, shops, workshops, studios and cafes.Shops sell everything from arts and crafts to designer clothes and antiques.