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Man with 'piece of wood' in row with drivers outside Ashford Designer Outlet

By Dan Wright

A squabble between two motorists on a roundabout in which a man was seen carrying what appeared to be a piece of wood has left a van and a transporter carrying a train damaged.

Police were called to the A2042 Romney Marsh Road outside the Ashford Designer Outlet at about 2.20pm.

A photo shows one of the men involved holding what is believed to be a piece of wood.

A photo from the scene shows a man holding a piece of wood. Picture: John Hobbs
A photo from the scene shows a man holding a piece of wood. Picture: John Hobbs

The lorry involved was carrying a new train carriage.

A police spokesman said: "We were called to a disturbance involving two motorists on the A2042 in Ashford at about 2.20pm.

"Officers arrived where damage had been caused to a lorry and van.

"Inquiries are ongoing to establish the full circumstances of this incident and how the damage was caused.

A transporter carrying a train was involved
A transporter carrying a train was involved
Glass on the road following the incident
Glass on the road following the incident

"No arrests have been made."

Any witnesses should call police on 01843 222289, quoting reference 09-0878.

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