Four injured in Wisbech house fire
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Four people were taken to hospital after a house fire in Wisbech on Friday.
At 10.20am, two crews from Wisbech and one crew from March were called to a fire on Edinburgh Drive.
Firefighters arrived to find a fire in the kitchen of a house, which was smoke logged.
They extinguished the fire using hose reels and a jet and cleared the smoke using a positive pressure ventilation fan.
The house was evacuated before the crews arrived. Two adults and two children were treated for smoke inhalation and taken by ambulance to Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
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The crews returned to their stations by 2pm.
A fire investigation is being carried out to determine the cause.
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An East of England Ambulance spokesman said: “We were called just after 10.30am to treat four casualties for smoke inhalation.
“Two ambulances were dispatched to the scene administering oxygen to two adults and two children – all were taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital for further assessment although their conditions weren’t thought to be life threatening.”