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Woman cut free from car at West Malling

A woman had to be cut free by firefighters after her car overturned.

Kent Fire and Rescue Service was called to the A228 at Kings Hill, West Malling, at its junction with Gibson Drive near Tonbridge and Malling council offices and used hydraulic 'jaws of life', spreaders and cutters to remove a door to free the woman.

Scene of the crash at Kings Hill. Picture: Google (18822077)
Scene of the crash at Kings Hill. Picture: Google (18822077)

She was then treated by paramedics from South East Coast Ambulance Service.

The accident happened at 8.40pm last nightand closed down part of a roundabout.

Three fire crews were at the scene until 9.26pm.

They used a high-pressure water jet to clean the road surface afterwards.

Map of where the crash happened (18822073)
Map of where the crash happened (18822073)

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