Published: 21:00, 28 June 2017 |
Updated: 21:07, 28 June 2017
A woman suffered burns after a fire broke out in the kitchen of her home in Addington.
Crews arrived at the property in Trottiscliffe Road to find it well ablaze.
They gave first aid to the woman, in her 30s, who had burns to her arm.
She was later passed in to the care of paramedics.
Firefighters had to wear breathing gear as they battled the blaze and checked the property to make sure it was safe.
It happened at 6.50pm and crews from two fire engines remained at the scene until 7.25pm.
A fire service spokesman said the cause of the blaze was not yet known.
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