Woman treated for shock after fire in Kentish Town flat
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A woman has been treated for shock after a fire broke out in a flat in Kentish Town this morning.
The London Fire Brigade was called just after 11am to a fire on a ground floor flat in Prince of Wales Road.
It took just under an hour to get the fire under control with the property left partly damaged.
A woman was treated at the scene for shock by the London Ambulance Service.
Four people left the flat before the Brigade arrived.
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Some 21 firefighters and officers from Soho, Euston, Holloway and Hammersmith Fire Stations attended the incident.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
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