Firefighters were called to a rebuilt block of flats destroyed by a massive fire just three years ago.
Two appliances were called to Creine Mill Lane North at the Old Tannery in Canterbury at just after 5am today (Thursday).
It is believed they were responding to a fire alarm which been sounding in the early hours of the morning.
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It is the same block which witnessed a massive fire on July 4, 2015
That blaze was caused by a faulty heater and destroyed the majority of the block.
It was rebuilt by developer Bellway, which is also carrying out remedial work in all the other flats to prevent a repeat of the devastation caused.