Published: 10:58, 31 May 2017 |
A combine harvester has ploughed through a 6ft garden wall causing a scene of "absolute devastation".
The incident happened this morning as the combine harvester was travelling on the A28 Ashford Road going out of Tenterden.
A huge metal section of the combine harvester swung across the pavement demolishing the garden wall of a property in St Benets Court, which belongs to deputy mayor of Tenterden, Cllr Sue Ferguson.
She said: “If anyone had been standing in my garden or next door’s garden, or on the pavement they would have been killed or seriously injured.
“It’s a scene of absolute devastation here.”
A police spokesman said: "Police was called at 10.31am after a combine harvester collided with the wall of a property on Ashford Road, Tenterden.
"Officers are currently at the scene and the road is blocked. No injuries have been reported."
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