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Traffic is heavy on a Gravesend road after a man had to be cut free following a crash.
An ambulance, paramedic car, two fire engines and two police cars have been on the scene on Valley Drive after the accident, at around 7.50am.
Police say a white Peugeot Partner van was in collision with a parked and unattended blue Mitsubishi Shogun.
The Shogun then, it is believed, collided with an unattended parked white Vauxhall Corsa.
A fire brigade spokesman said: "Firefighters have used hydraulic rescue equipment to free a man trapped following a road crash involving a car and a van."
At about 8.50am the man was taken away by ambulance and it is understood the road has now reopened.
An EDF spokesman said: "We are not going to comment on this story."
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