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Air ambulance lands after two motorbikes in crash on A21 at Pembury near North Farm Industrial Estate

05 May 2014
by Kent Messenger reporter

An air ambulance landed after two motorbikes were involved in a crash on the A21 at Tunbridge Wells today.

One biker suffered a broken leg in the smash at Pembury, near the entrance to the North Farm Industrial Estate, at about 11.15am.

The air ambulance landed nearby and the road was closed, causing congestion for drivers.

The air ambulance lands near the A21 at Tunbridge Wells today. Picture Kent Police Roads

The air ambulance lands near the A21 at Tunbridge Wells today. Picture: Kent Police Roads

Police warned people to expect delays in the area as they worked to clear the crash site.

They began to reopen the road after about an hour, but congestion remained.

 

 

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