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Bethersden woman cut free from Mini and flown to hospital after two-car smash at Shadoxhurst

By Sam Lennon

A woman has been cut free and flown to hospital after a two-car crash near Shadoxhurst.

The 45-year-old, from Bethersden, remains in a serious condition in hospital after the smash yesterday afternoon.

She was driving a red Mini that was involved in a collision with a Vauxhall Astra on the A28 at about 2pm.

Scene of the crash at the A28 near Shadoxhurst. Picture: Gary Browne

Firefighters had to cut the victim free after she was found to be trapped in the wreckage. She was then flown to a London hospital.

The occupants of the Astra and the Mini passenger were treated for injuries at local hospitals.

It happened on the A28 Ashford Road at the junction with Bethersden Road.

Witnesses who have not yet spoken to police are asked to phone DC Aaron Hammond, of the Kent Police Serious Collision Investigation Unit, on 01622 798538.

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