3 appliances from Sandown, Ryde and Shanklin are on scene at The Mews, alongside the Incident Command Unit from Newport.
Crews have entered the property with a hose reel and are now providing first aid to an occupant.
It’s understood burnt foodstuffs in the kitchen has sparked this evening’s alert to the rear of the town’s shop.
Southern Vectis buses are diverting via Bembridge as they are unable to pass the pumping appliances. However, the road remains open in both directions for smaller vehicles.
UPDATE @ 20:53 – Station Officer Graham Orchard has confirmed that a small fire was discovered in the kitchen of the property.
1 male casualty is being treated for smoke inhalation and is to be taken to St Mary’s Hospital for further treatment.
The fire is now out.
Brading High Street is expected to fully reopen shortly, allowing buses to once again serve Brading.
UPDATE – Police remain in attendance at the property tonight, but fire crews have now stood down from the incident.
Brading High Street has fully re-opened.