A person was given oxygen after breathing in smoke during a kitchen fire in St Leonards yesterday (Sunday, July 17).
East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service crews from Hastings were sent to the fire on London Road, St Leonards, at around 4.45pm.
Crews tackled the blaze wearing breathing apparatus and using one hose reel.
The casualty who suffered smoke inhalation was given oxygen by the fire crews.
It was a busy day for Hastings firefighters as they were later sent to the East Hill after reports of black smoke at about 9.30pm.
Firefighters used a flexpack to tackle the gorse fire.
Then Hastings crews were sent to Shepherd Street, St Leonards, after electrics became flooded at around 11pm.
No action was needed from the service.
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