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A Class Driving school car involved in head-on crash on Will Adams Way, Gillingham

By KentOnline reporter

Two people were taken to hospital after a mini was in a crash with a driving school car - as a learner took a lesson.

The head-on smash between the Ford Focus from A Class driving school and the black Mini happened about 4.30pm on Will Adams Way in the Gillingham Business Park.

Police and an ambulance were called, as well as a fire crew to clear up a diesel spillage.

The cars collided head on. Picture Martin Philbrick

The cars collided head on. Picture: Martin Philbrick

An ambulance was called. Picture Martin Philbrick

An ambulance was called. Picture: Martin Philbrick

Police and fire crews spoke to drivers at the scene. Picture Martin Philbrick

Police and fire crews spoke to drivers at the scene. Picture: Martin Philbrick

A fire crew was also called. Picture Martin Philbrick

A fire crew was also called. Picture: Martin Philbrick

Darren Pilcher, boss of A Class driving school, said the crash happened as a teenage driver was on a lesson.

Instructor Paul Mahoney and the driver of the Mini were both taken to hospital with their injuries.

Both cars are thought to have been written off.

The road is now clear. 

 

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