Firefighters tackle blaze at Warner Bros studios

Harry Potter films were recorded at the studios

Harry Potter fans can visit the studio as part of an official tour.

Replace: Firefighters have now put out the blaze that broke at Warner Bros. studios in Leavesden in a single day.

No injuries have been reported, and the fire is said to have started on a sound stage not now in use. The blaze is understood to have broken just after 11pm last night.

'Fifteen fire engines, plus support vehicles, are now in attendance at the scene and crews are tackling a fire in one of the stages there.

All eight of the Harry Potter films were filmed at Leavesden, along with other movies including some in the James Bond, Fast and Furious and Mission Impossible franchises.

Firefighters were called to reports of a blaze in one of the stages at Leavesden, Hertfordshire, late on Wednesday night.

Warner Bros bought the site in 2010.

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Other films shot at the studios include Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, Inception, Paddington, The Dark Knight and Bohemian Rhapsody.

"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.

"It was still going strong at about 1.00 a.m. and when I woke up this morning it was still smoldering".

Public studio tours are reportedly unaffected and taking place as usual.

No one has been injured in the fire according to reports.

"Eighteen fireplace engines and help automobiles, are at present on the scene as crews proceed to sort out the hearth".

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