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Emergency services educate young drivers on death crashes on Kent's roads

By Ellis Stephenson

Police have revealed almost a third of death crashes on Kent's roads involve young drivers.

The stats show 2,000 collisions, where someone was either killed or seriously injured, concerned drivers aged between 17 and 24.

Emergency services have designed an event to educate young people about dangerous driving which took place in Maidstone today.

 WATCH: Event warns young people about dangerous driving

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