Published: 00:00, 16 September 2016 |
Updated: 12:58, 16 September 2016
A man remains in hospital after a crash on the Ash bypass on Wednesday.
Emergency services including an air ambulance attended the collision on the A257 between Ash and Wingham, near Canterbury, at about 3.20pm.
It involved two cars.
Police press officer Martin Very said: “A male occupant of one of the cars was taken to a London hospital with injuries that are described as non-life threatening.
“He remains in hospital.
“Two other occupants with what are described as minor injuries went to a local hospital.”
The road remained closed until the vehicles were recovered.
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