Published: 17:46, 04 May 2020
| Updated: 19:35, 04 May 2020
A man thought to be on a non-essential journey mounted a pavement causing damage to two parked vehicles in Deal.
The silver Ford Fusion smashed into a parked blue Chrysler on Dover Road about 3.45pm.
Further damaged was then caused when the stationary car was shunted into a parked van, also parked on the wide pavement area.
Both parked vehicles are owned by resident Paul Kidman who was inside his home at the time.
He said: "I heard a bang and looked out to see my car travelling into my van. I rushed out.
"The Ford was rammed into the back of my car. The male driver and two female passengers were still in the car. They appeared okay, but dazed. I believe they were on a non-essential journey."
Police and ambulance crews attended the scene and the road remains open.
Kent Police confirmed officers were called to the collision in Dover Road and said a man and woman were taken to a local hospital.
It is the second crash in the road in five weeks.
On April 2, a motorcyclist was airlifted to hospital with life threatening injuries after a collision with a silver Renault Clio.
It happened at the crossroads with Salisbury Road and Granville Road, next to the Esso petrol station.