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Jeremy Mullins from Whitstable charged after crash in Canterbury involving Harley Davidson

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A man will appear in court after a couple riding a Harley Davidson were left with life-changing injuries in a crash.

Jeremy Mullins, of Albert Street in Whitstable, has been charged with two counts of causing serious injury by dangerous driving, one count of drink-driving and one count of driving without insurance.

He was arrested at the scene of the accident in Harbledown, near Canterbury, on Monday, November 28 last year.

The scene of the crash in Harbledown
The scene of the crash in Harbledown

The collision involving a black BMW and a black Harley Davidson motorbike happened at around 2.30pm on the A2050 at the junction with Faulkners Lane.

A man and woman on the motorcycle were taken to a London hospital with serious and life-changing leg injuries.

Mullins, 62, has been bailed to appear before Margate magistrates on Thursday, April 20.

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