Published: 15:00, 06 August 2014
Air ambulance crews airlifted a motorcyclist to hospital with "serious injuries" after she crashed with a car in St Mary's in the Marsh.
Teams from the Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance joined paramedics from South East Coast Ambulance Service just after lunchtime on Friday following the incident on St Mary's Road on Romney Marsh.
The incident happened just before lunchtime with the helicopter launching at 12.58pm.
The biker suffered injuries to her collarbone, pelvis and arm.
A Secamb spokesman said: "We sent one ambulance and one car. Injuries are collarbone, pelvis and arm. You can lose a lot of blood and obviously she was in the right hands. There's nothing to suggest life threatening but they're certainly very serious."
She was airlifted to William Harvey Hospital in Ashford.
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