Published: 08:50, 01 June 2014 |
Updated: 08:51, 01 June 2014
It was a busy night for firefighters from Medway with a fence on fire, a bike on fire and a clothes bank on fire.
Crews got a call at 9.45pm to reports that a fence was alight on Beaconsfield Road in Chatham.
The flames were quickly dealt with.
Just before 1am, crews were then called to Lock Street in Gillingham after a clothing bank had got up in flames.
The bank was filled with donated clothes and firefighters put out the blaze with a hose reel jet and a hydrant.
Finally, at 4.42am crews were called to Middle Street in Brompton after receiving a call that a motorbike was on fire.
It is believed to have been stolen and there was no one with the bike when firefighters arrived.
Police have been informed.
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