Published: 11:28, 22 July 2016 |
Updated: 11:33, 22 July 2016
A man has been taken to a London hospital following a serious collision.
The crash between a blue Peugeot 106 and a silver Renault Traffic van resulted in the car being completely crushed at the front.
It happened on the A28 at Tenterden Road, Rolvenden, and police were called at 10.20pm.
Kent Fire and Rescue attended and used hydraulic rescue equipment to free the casualty.
The man in his 30s, who had been trapped by his seatbelt, was taken to King's College Hospital in London.
He was seriously hurt and was suffering from abdominal pain and leg injuries
A police spokesman said: "Police were called to a two vehicle collision in Tenterden Road, Rolvenden, at 10.20pm on Thursday, July 21. Kent Fire and Rescue Service and Secamb were also called to the scene."
Two ambulances and a paramedic car were sent to the scene and a second male casualty was taken to William Harvey Hospital, Ashford. He was described as being "walking wounded".
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