Published: 14:16, 25 August 2020
| Updated: 20:58, 25 August 2020
Trains across Kent have been delayed after strong winds caused trees to fall on the tracks as Storm Francis hit the county.
A tree fell on the line at Chatham Railway Station at around 1.30pm, which caused delays for commuters.
It was dealt with swiftly and lines were running normally around 15 minutes later.
However, a similar incident at a railway station in Beltring, near Yalding, has resulted in trains being held on the Medway Valley line.
Investigations are currently being made.
And services between Tonbridge and Hastings have also been disrupted due to a fallen tree.
While it wasn't on a train line, a busy road was blocked by a large fallen tree.
One lane of Boys Hall Road in Ashford was blocked shortly after 7.30pm, with traffic on the opposite side appearing to be able to pass.
The road has now been fully closed as clearance work continues.
More as we get it.