Published: 16:00, 19 June 2017 |
Updated: 16:33, 20 June 2017
Two people including a cook have been treated for smoke inhalation following a blaze at a restaurant in Canterbury city centre.
Four appliances, an ambulance and a police car were called to Tacos Locos which was been evacuated.
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A section of St Peter's Street was closed while emergency services deal with the incident.
A fire service spokesman said it was thought the fire was in a wall cavity of the three-storey building.
Selman Bugancik, 29 who owns The Stylers Hairdressers nearby said: "The fan in the first floor window caught light and a cable started to burn.
"I went in and there was lots of smoke. One of the guys being treated is a cook from the restaurant."
The owner of the restaurant Musa Kivrak said he hoped to re-open early on Tuesday evening.
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