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Hackney and Enfield infrastructure unharmed by riots

The London boroughs of Hackney and Enfield have reported transport and infrastructure has been mostly unaffected by recent riots.

Both boroughs deployed street cleaning times working through the night to ensure businesses were ready to open for Tuesday morning, but reported transport infrastructure has been unaffected by the riots.

There has also been no reported damage to roads from burning cars, however investigations are still ongoing.

The Sony distribution building in Enfield is still smoldering, with council officials poised to help once the area has been made safe.

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