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Firefighters tackle fuse box blaze in Albert Road, Hythe

Firefighters tackled an electrical fire at a home in Hythe last night.

The blaze broke out in the fuse box at the two-storey house in Albert Road around 7.30pm.

Two fire engines were sent to extinguish the flames and clear smoke from the property.

Firefighters attended the scene Stock image.

Firefighters attended the scene Stock image.

A spokesman for the fire service said there were no injures.

He said: "Crews used a dry-powder fire extinguisher to put out a fire involving a fuse box in a cupboard.

"They also used a positive pressure ventilation fan to clear smoke from the property."

An engineer from UK Power Networks also attended the incident.

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