A casualty has been taken to hospital after a kitchen fire broke out in Colne.
Crews were called to the blaze on Skipton Road at 10.20pm yesterday evening (June 16).
Three engines from Nelson and Colne tackled the fire with a hose reel and a thermal imaging camera.
One casualty was treated for suspected smoke inhalation by ambulance crews and later taken to hospital for further treatment.
Firefighters were in attendance around two and a half hours.
A spokesperson for the fire service said: “At 22:21hrs, three fire engines from Nelson and Colne responded to a fire on Skipton Road, Colne.
“They found the fire in the kitchen and living room of a domestic property. Crews put the fire out using one hose reel and a thermal imaging camera to make the scene safe.
“One casualty was treated for suspected smoke inhalation by ambulance crews and later taken to hospital for further treatment.
“Firefighters were in attendance around two and a half hours.”
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