London was left with only three fire engines on the hottest-ever day this week, the capital's fire chief has said.

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With 1,146 incidents on Tuesday, London Fire Brigade (LFB) commissioner Andrew Roe, said crews were stretched to the greatest extent since the Blitz.

Mr Roe praised the "extraordinary courage" of his firefighters.

He visited Wennington in east London on Thursday morning, as residents returned to their damaged and destroyed homes.

"We were left with three fire engines at one point," Mr Roe said.

"But to be frank we were moving vehicles all the time.

"It was the most dramatic situation I've ever faced as a firefighter.

"We were stretched but this was an absolutely exceptional set of circumstances and we threw everything at it."

He listed major blazes needing 12, 15 and 30 fire engines all happening at once.

The fire chief met Home Secretary Priti Patel in the worst-hit village, where 18 homes were wrecked by fire, to discuss how they could improve LFB's response.

Mr Roe suggested London could follow the lead of other countries using helicopters and planes to douse flames from above.

The priority, though, has been getting the brigade back up to full staffing by December this year, following "skills gaps" caused by the pandemic, he said.