Onlookers helped shade a biker as paramedics treated him after a crash.
Ambulance crews and emergency response units were in Richmond Road, Gillingham, next to Nasir Mosque after a collision involving a moped and a car.
Onlookers held a piece of tarpaulin over the man, on Thursday, July 25, to shade him and paramedics from the scorching sun.
Police officers were also there, questioning witnesses.
Spokesman James Walker said: "Police were called at 12.27pm to a collision between a car and a moped in Richmond Road, Gillingham.
"The South East Coast Ambulance Service was also called and are assessing for injuries at the scene."
The patient was taken to Medway Maritime Hospital with an ankle injury and is expected to make a full recovery.
The road re-opened later that afternoon.
Health care worker Hannah Dimbleby was on her way to a midwife appointment with her father Geoff Fincham.
They saw the incident and, along with another hospital worker, immediately started helping the man.
She said: "I would like to say how quickly people were there to make sure the two of us and the patient were kept sheltered whilst on the floor.
"I’d like to say thanks to all of them for making shade and the people of the mosque for bringing us out water to drink in the heat today.
"Community really came together and hopefully the person involved recovers well."