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Firefighters give oxygen to casualty after kitchen fire in Elm Road, St Mary’s Bay

By Eleanor Perkins

Firefighters have given oxygen to a casualty after a fire broke out in a kitchen.

Crews were called to reports of smoke issuing from a house in Elm Road, St Mary’s Bay, at 2.40pm today.

Two engines attended and discovered a small fire in the kitchen which had already been put out.

Fire crews raced to the scene. Stock pic

Fire crews raced to the scene. Stock pic

Using a fan and breathing apparatus, they cleared smoke from the property and gave oxygen to an occupant, who was then attended to by the ambulance service.

They left the scene shortly after 3pm.

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