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Drivers were warned to take extra care on Kent's roads today after a car overturned as large parts of the county were again covered by a blanket of thick fog.
It led to difficult driving conditions during the rush-hour, with disruption during journeys to work and school.
The crash near Hoo happened at the Dux Court Road and Bell's Lane junction of the Peninsular Way when the man's green Mondeo hit the roundabout, drove straight over it and then flipped onto its roof.
A spokesman said: "The public should be aware of the likelihood of difficult driving conditions and some travel disruption."
Forecasters said fog was expected to clear in most areas by about 11am.
After the fog clears, temperatures are set to reach 15C this weekend - with sunny spells over the weekend and highs of 16C on Sunday.
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