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South East Coast Ambulance Service workers hurt as ambulance involved in crash with bus in Tonbridge Road in Maidstone

10 February 2014
by James Walker

Two ambulance workers have been hurt in a crash with a bus on the outskirts of Maidstone this morning.

The pair were taken to hospital with minor injuries following the smash in Tonbridge Road at about 8.10am.

Several passengers on the bus were treated for minor injuries, but none taken to hospital.

The damaged ambulance after the Tonbridge Road crash

The damaged ambulance after the Tonbridge Road crash

The smash happened at the junction with Teston Lane during the morning rush-hour.

It left the front of the ambulance, including the bonnet and bumper, dented.

South East Coast Ambulance Service was unable to confirm the job titles of the injured staff, but said they were taken to The Tunbridge Wells Hospital at Pembury.

A spokesman said the ambulance was not attending an emergency call and there were no patients on board.

The crash sparked minor delays, but police said the road was cleared by mid-morning.

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