Original article from Kent Live
A fire broke out in a flat in Ramsgate this morning, leaving one person in need of paramedics.
The Kent Fire and Rescue Service received a call at 3.03 am this morning to reports of a fire in a flat, on Albion Hill.
Firefighters were able to tackle the fire using high-pressure hoses and a height vehicle, but one person was left in need of medical attention.
Images show the current scene of a Kent Fire and Rescue van and car waiting on the side street of Albion Hill this afternoon (Sunday, April 18).
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The cause of the fire is at this point in time has not been established the fire service has said.
The person in need of medical help received care from paramedics of the South East Coast Ambulance Service.
As many as eight fire engines and 30 firefighters, were sent to the scene at the early hours of this morning.
At 9am the incident was updated to be under control, with the response being reduced to two fire engines.
As seen in the images, the road to Albion Hill is still cordoned off at this moment in time.
A spokesperson from Kent Police said: "Kent Police was called at 3.38am on Sunday 18 April 2021 to assist Kent Fire and Rescue Service with a fire at a residential address in Albion Hill, Ramsgate.
"Officers enforced localised roads closures, which had been lifted by around 7.30am, while firefighters extinguished the fire.
"At present, the fire is not being treated as suspicious and one person sustained injuries as a result of the fire
".Officers remain at the scene conducting enquiries."
Kent Fire and Rescue Service have been approached for comment.