Published: 00:00, 06 July 2014
| Updated: 08:58, 06 July 2014
Two people had to be cut from a car after a three-vehicle smash on the A28 at Bethersden.
The accident, which happened at the junction with Bull Lane at 6.38pm on Saturday, blocked the road completely and traffic had to be diverted.
The road was not reopened until 9.07pm.
A Ford Ka convertible, a Ford Orion and another vehicle were involved.
Watch manager Mark Thomas, from Ashford fire station, said: “We had to cut a man and a woman from the Orion by removing the roof. Everyone else was out of the vehicles when we arrived.”
The couple, in their 40s, were taken to hospital by ambulance along with two other people.
None of the injuries, which included head, chest and pelvic, are believed to be serious.
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