A man was rescued from a fire at a sheltered housing block in Goldsmid Road on Sunday.
Crew used breathing apparatus and two hose reels to extinguish the fire, which had started in a first floor flat.
A positive pressure fan was used to ventilate the area.
One male casualty was treated for smoke inhalation and left in the care of South East Coast Ambulance Service.
A fire investigation has taken place and the cause of the fire has been confirmed as accidental.
A spokeswoman for South East Coast Ambulance Service said: “SECAmb was called at 11.31am yesterday morning to a fire in a flat in Goldsmid Road with reportedly one person still inside the building.
“We dispatched a number of vehicles to deal with any casualties, four in total, all suffering from a degree of smoke inhalation. However, following initial assessment by the paramedics none of the patients were hospitalised.”
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