Published: 09:00, 10 July 2018
| Updated: 11:01, 10 July 2018
Two people were treated by paramedics after a blaze ripped through a timber garage in the early hours, leaving four cars badly damaged.
Fire crews were called to the scene at 1.38am today to Hoath Road, Hoath, near Canterbury.
The owner had attempted to save the vehicles and fire fighters wore breathing apparatus and used jets and compressed air foam to bring the blaze under control just before 3am.
Just the charred shell of the garage was left and two Audis, a BMW and a Vauxhall were badly burned by fire as well as the front UPVC windows and guttering of a nearby annexe.
Two people were tended to by emergency crews at the scene, but the cause of the blaze is not yet known.
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