Published: 10:20, 26 July 2017 |
Emergency services scrambled to the scene of a crash in Ashford on Tuesday night after a person reportedly fell from a moving vehicle.
Police were called just before 5pm last night following a two-car crash on Bad Munstereifel Road, Ashford, near the junction with Romney Marsh Road, where a car went down an embankment after the crash.
Paramedics from the South East Coast Ambulance Service were called to the scene after a one of the paramedic cars came across the incident where at least one person was injured as a result of the crash.
It is believed that a person fell from a moving vehicle in the incident.
Another ambulance and the air ambulance were also sent to the scene.
One of the drivers, a man, suffered injuries and was taken to William Harvey Hospital hospital by road for further treatment after being treated at the scene.
There were delays heading westbound between Sheepfold Lane and Romney Marsh Road and southbound between Romney March Road approaching the junction with Bad Munstereifel Road.
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