A landslide has closed a road in Swanscombe after part of the cliff collapsed, taking some of the carriageway with it.
Police and specialist firefighters were called to the scene. Hear the statement from Thames Water about the burst main which caused it.
Also in today's podcast, picket lines have been set up outside hospitals in the county as junior doctors begin four days of strike action.
NHS bosses say it's likely to cause "significant" disruption, with thousands of operations and appointments expected to be cancelled.
Union members are defending the walkout as they urge the government to improve pay, funding and staffing levels.
Elsewhere, a report has revealed the death of an 86-year-old woman at the William Harvey hospital in Ashford was avoidable.
The East Kent Trust has responded to accusations about failings in her care.
One of the victims of a serial sex attacker has spoken out about his potential release.
John Williams was found guilty of assaulting more than 20 women and girls - find out what happened when he was granted a parole hearing.
Residents in a block of flats say they're being left in the dark over whether it's going to be knocked down or not.
The developer is accused of creating more apartments than was permitted, and must now alter the building or demolish it completely.
And in sport, we have reaction from Gillingham manager Neil Harris after their match on Easter Monday.
They're aiming to keep their place in league two as we approach the end of the season.