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  • Kennington grill pan fire
    Incident
    Fire crews were called after a working smoke alarm alerted residents to the fact that their grill pan had been accidentally left on, setting the fat In the tray alight. A fire blanket was used to smother the small fire.
    Address :
    Church Road, Kennington, Ashford
    Attendance :
    One fire engine
    Stop Time :
    19:55
  • Herne Bay chip pan fire
    Incident
    Firefighters from Herne Bay and Whitstable were called to reports of a chip pan fire this evening. They arrived at the property within eight minutes of receiving the 999 call and found the resident, a man in his mid 20's had tackled the fire himself, breathing in smoke in the process. He was given oxygen therapy by crews and fire safety advice. They left the property at around 7.30pm.
    Address :
    Sussex Close, Herne Bay
    Attendance :
    Two fire engines
    Stop Time :
    19:25
  • Cranbrook log burner fire
    Incident
    Crews in breathing apparatus used a hose reel to tackle a fire in a ground floor living room. No one was injured.
    Address :
    Dorothy Avenue, Cranbrook
    Attendance :
    Two fire engine
    Stop Time :
    20:10
  • Crews tackle Walderslade house fire
    Incident
    Firefighters in breathing apparatus used a hose reel to extinguish a fire in a two-storey house. The fire was located on the ground floor. They left the property around 6.15pm
    Address :
    Kithiill Avenue, Walderslade
    Attendance :
    Two fire engines
    Stop Time :
    18:00
  • Outdoor fire Minster-on-Sea
    Incident
    Crews attended an outdoor fire near Old Ferry Road, Minster-on-Sea. They used a hose reel jet to deal with three rolls of hay that were well alight.
    Address :
    Minster-on-Sea
    Attendance :
    One pump
    Stop Time :
    02:35
  • Thatched roof fire in Wilmington
    Incident
    Approximately 35 firefighters are at the scene of a fire in a building of two floors. The fire is located in a thatched roof and crews wearing breathing apparatus are using hose reels to tackle the blaze. There are no reports of any injuries.
    Address :
    Upper Dartford Road, Wilmington, Dartford
    Attendance :
    Six fire engine,four from Kent, two from London plus specialist vehicles from Kent.
  • Thatched roof fire in Wilmington hotel
    Incident
    Update: 8.30am Fire crews successfully contained the blaze to the front section of the roof of the two-storey property, after fire broke out. The property was safely evacuated and there were no injuries. At it’s height, six fire engines and specialiast vehicles attended the scene. The fire, is believed to have started accidentally by electrics in roof space and spread to the thatch roof. Crews worked hard to limit the spread resulting in only 10 per cent of the roof space being damaged by fire. The fire was extinguished by 11.21pm but crews remained at the scene cutting away and checking for hot spots using a thermal imaging camera. They handed duty of care back to the management of the building just after 12.30am. Approximately 35 firefighters are at the scene of a fire in a building of two floors. The fire is located in a thatched roof and crews wearing breathing apparatus are using hose reels to tackle the blaze. There are no reports of any injuries.
    Address :
    Upper Dartford Road, Wilmington, Dartford
    Attendance :
    Six fire engine,four from Kent, two from London plus specialist vehicles from Kent.
    Stop Time :
    23:20
  • Fire crews deal with industrial clothes dryer fire
    Incident
    Fire crews in breathing apparatus used a hose reel to extinguish a small fire in an industrial clothes dryer in a three-storey, detached property. A positive pressure ventilation fan was then used to clear smoke and fumes from the building.
    Address :
    Sanctuary Close, River
    Attendance :
    Two fire engines
    Stop Time :
    11:30
  • Swanley caravan fire
    Incident
    Fire crews were called to reports of a caravan fire. The blaze has destroyed the caravan and a man, thought to be in his fifties is suffering from burns and the effects of breathing in smoke. The man has been passed into the care of paramedics. The cause of the fire is being investigated.
    Address :
    Church Road, Swanley
    Attendance :
    Two fire engines and ambulance service
    Stop Time :
    05:05
  • Fire crews release man from Bethersden car crash
    Incident
    A man thought to be in his late 50's had to be cut free from his car after a crash in the early hours. The vehicle landed on its side after hitting a telegraph pole. The man was assessed and given first aid at the scene by paramedics at the scene before being taken to hospital.
    Address :
    Pot Kiln Lane, Bethersden
    Attendance :
    Two fire engines and ambulance
    Stop Time :
    01:20
  • Hildenborough road crash
    Incident
    Crews used hydraulic rescue equipment to free a man, believed to be about 18 years old from his car after it left the roadway and went into a ditch.
    Address :
    London Road, Hildenborough
    Attendance :
    Two fire engines, Police, Ambulance and Air Ambulanc
    Stop Time :
    11:35
  • Crews provide first aid to motorists
    Incident
    Firefighters were called to reports that two people were trapped in a car in a ditch in marshland this evening. Both people were out of the vehicle when crews arrived but KFRS administered first aid prior to the arrival of the ambulance service. The pair were left in the care of the ambulance service just before 8pm.
    Address :
    Giggers Green Road, Aldington
    Attendance :
    Two fire engines and ambulance
    Stop Time :
    19:25
  • M26 car fire
    Incident
    Fire crews dealt with a car that was alight on the M26 London-bound this evening. The Police and Highways Agency were also in attendance for traffic disruption.
    Address :
    Between junction 2A and 3, M26 London-bound
    Attendance :
    Two fire engines
    Stop Time :
    18:20
  • Log burner sparks fire in Southborough
    Incident
    Fire crews in breathing apparatus used a hose reel to extinguish a fire in a living room. It is believed to have started by radiated heat from a log burning stove, which ignited timber stored around the burner itself. The fire spread to clothing being dried above the fire and also to a timber mantel. Crews used a positive pressure ventilation fan to minimise smoke damage and a thermal imaging camera to check for hot spots and were damping down by 4.10pm. They gave fire safety advice to the family and left the scene at about 4.40pm. Ten per cent of the living room was damaged by fire, the rest of the house was 50 per cent damaged by smoke.
    Address :
    Crendon Park, Southborough
    Attendance :
    Two fire engines
    Stop Time :
    16:10
  • Margate bedroom fire
    Incident
    Firefighters wearing breathing apparatus, used a hose reel and positive pressure ventilation fan to tackle the blaze in a ground floor bedroom of a two-storey property. There are no reports of any injuries and the cause of the fire is not known at this time. Crews are likely to remain at the property for another hour damping down.
    Address :
    Beatrice Road, Margate
    Attendance :
    Two fire engines
    Stop Time :
    12:15

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