Fire crews put out flames in Gravesend electrical cupboard

PUBLISHED: 08:25 09 May 2014 | UPDATED: 08:40 09 May 2014

Twelve fire engines attended

Twelve fire engines attended


Two fire engines attended when a fire broke out in an electrical cupboard.

The fire occurred in Overcliffe, Gravesend, at a three floor building divided into flats.

Crews were called at around 10.45am on May 8 after the fire broke out in an electrical cupboard in the stairwell.

They ventilated the property using a special fan.

The unit was destroyed but no one was injured.

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