Firefighters have urged people to take extra care when cooking after they had to rescue a man from a kitchen fire.
The blaze was started by unattended cooking at a home in Crispin Way, Farnham Common.
Fire crews from Slough and Langley were called at about 7.30pm last night (Sunday) and spent an hour and a half at the property, which suffered extensive smoke damage, where they treated the man for smoke inhalation.
Firefighter Mark Fox said: “We had the same kind of incident last week as well, a kitchen fire caused by cooking.
“We just want to say that people should keep an eye on their cooking and if you do get distracted turn off the hob.”
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