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Queenborough: Crundalls Wharf shut off by police

By KentOnline reporter

A road leading to the edge of The Swale in Queenborough has been closed by police after a 'multi-vehicle crash'.

At least three police cars, a paramedic car, an ambulance and the air ambulance were called to Crundalls Wharf, off North Road, at about 1.40pm.

The air ambulance landed in the grounds of nearby pharmaceutical firm Aesica and took off again at about 2.20pm.

Police cordoned off Crundalls Wharf in Queenborough, Sheppey. Picture: @CllrCABeart
Police cordoned off Crundalls Wharf in Queenborough, Sheppey. Picture: @CllrCABeart

Cllr Cameron Beart (Con), who represents Queenborough and Halfway on Swale Council, was in the area after being contacted by residents about an unrelated parking issue.

He said he had heard a car had crashed, apparently after not realising it was a dead end.

A police spokesman confirmed: "Kent Police is at the scene of a multi-vehicle collision which took place in North Road, Queenborough, at 1.43pm.

"The South East Coast Ambulance Service also attended to assess for injuries and no serious injuries have been reported.

"A man has been arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving and officers remain at the scene conducting ongoing inquiries."

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