Published: 08:32, 28 June 2020
| Updated: 08:43, 28 June 2020
A person was treated for smoke inhalation after a bonfire spread to a nearby building and sent it up in flames.
Two fire crews arrived at Court Hill in Canterbury as the blaze ripped through the single-storey property.
Firefighters wearing breathing gear climbed ladders to extinguish the flames in the outbuilding.
One person at the scene was treated for minor smoke inhalation.
Fire crews believe the blaze started accidentally after spreading from a nearby bonfire shortly after 5pm yesterday.
They are now reminding the public to avoid having bonfires if possible.
A Kent Fire and Rescue Service spokesman added: "However, if you do choose to have one, remember to keep it well away from any property, fences, and foliage, and to never leave it unattended. "Once you are finished with the bonfire, dampen it down fully with water making sure that the fire is out and surroundings are made safe before leaving."
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