Original article from Kent Live
A man has been found dead following a flat fire in Folkestone.
Kent Fire and Rescue Service was called to a fire in a flat in Castle Hill Avenue just before 1am on April 28.
A height vehicle and three fire engines rushed to the scene, but despite the best efforts of the emergency services the man was declared dead on arrival.
Kent Police were also called to the incident and emergency services spent more than two hours at the scene.
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A spokesman for Kent Fire and Rescue Service said: "Three fire engines and a height vehicle attended, and sadly a man was found deceased at the scene on arrival.
"Crews wearing breathing apparatus, put the fire out using a hose reel jet and water from a hydrant.
"Kent Police also attended, and an investigation into the cause of the fire is underway."
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