Published: 19:13, 28 July 2014
Occupants of a van that overturned on a busy road this afternoon had a lucky escape.
The white Citroen Berlingo landed on its side on the central reservation of the Sheppey-bound A249.
Queues built on the road, near Kemsley, after the crash at about 5.40pm.
Police said one lane was closed while the vehicle was being recovered.
A witness saw two people - a man and woman - being treated by paramedics.
They are believed to have suffered minor injuries, police said.
The crash is not thought to have involved any other vehicles.
Queues stretched back on the A249, already busy with rush-hour traffic.
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