A boy was taken to hospital last night (February 17) after falling through the roof of the former Royal School for Deaf Children in Margate.
Kent Police, ambulance service and fire crews were called to the vacant site in Victoria Road at 5.40pm.
The boy is thought to have gone through an area of glass.
A Kent Police spokesman said: “Kent Police was called at about 5.40pm to assist the South East Coast Ambulance Service with a report a boy had fallen from the roof of a disused building in Victoria Road. He sustained an injury and was taken to a local hospital.”
Two fire engines also attended and left the scene at 7:03pm.
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A spokesman for the ambulance service said: “At 5.20pm we sent two response cars and two ambulances to a report of a youth falling through a window into a disused building.
“He sustained cuts as well as injuries to limbs and back and was taken to the William Harvey Hospital for treatment.”