Two people have been treated by paramedics after debris fell from a Kent Hotel.
Emergency services were called to the Grand Burstin Hotel on Marine Parade in Folkestone at around 4:15pm on Monday afternoon.
Crews from Kent Fire and Rescue Service and Kent Police were at the scene, where officers cordoned off the area for safety.
Harbour Approach Road was closed for several hours as part of the building was cordoned off.
Kent Fire and Rescue Service said two people were treated by paramedics at the scene and strong winds had damaged the hotel.
Kent Police said: "Officers were called by South East Coast Ambulance Service at 4.30pm on Monday 21 November, to a report that render had fallen from a building and struck people below."
A South East Coast Ambulance Service spokesperson said: "I can confirm that ambulance crews attended the scene following reports shortly before 4.15pm yesterday (21 November) that two people, a man and a woman, had been injured by falling rendering.
"The two patients were assessed and treated, for injuries including head injuries, before being taken to William Harvey Hospital in Ashford. They were both conscious at the scene."
In a statement, Just Go! Holidays said: "On the afternoon of 21 November, a Just Go! Holidays’ coach was involved in an incident while parked outside the Burstin Hotel in Folkestone.
"Emergency services attended the incident, and our coach driver and one of our customers were taken to hospital. Both were discharged later that evening and we have made arrangements for our customer to return home today.
"The other customers on the trip are continuing with the planned holiday and we have arranged a replacement coach and driver.
"The safety of our guests is of paramount importance, and we continue to liaise with the hotel over this incident."