Four people have been treated by paramedics after a barn fire broke out in Froxfield.
Fire crews from Petersfield, Liphook, Alton and Portchester were called to the scene on Ragmore Lane yesterday afternoon.
23 calfs also had to be taken to safety, with three of them needing treatment from a vet for burns.
Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service's specialist animal unit was also asked to help deal with the incident.
Of the four people who need treatment, two men and two women were treated for smoke inhalation and chest pain.
These updates on the incident were posted by Portchester Fire Station on Twitter.
28C3, @Petersfield29 ,@AltonFire05 @LiphookFire13 & special appliances mobilised to a 30 x 20 mtr barn fire in Ragmore Lane, Froxfield . BA ,Cafs Jets ,hosereels & PPV used. 23 calfs removed prior to arrival.3 casualties treated for smoke inhalation & 1 male for chest pain.— Portchester Fire St (@Portchester28) May 12, 2019
@HFRSanimal also attended Froxfield barn incident. 3 calfs treated by vet for burns . 2 male & 2 female Casualties handed over to @SCAS999 for smoke inhalation & chest pain following HFRS IEC treatment on scene pic.twitter.com/s5Oesrb0Dn— Portchester Fire St (@Portchester28) May 12, 2019