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Sheerness: Multiple cars damaged in crash in Broad Street, near Rose Street Primary School

By Ellis Stephenson

A number of cars have been damaged after a van is thought to have crashed into them in Sheerness.

Pictures have emerged showing a number of parked vehicles in Broad Street, near Rose Street Primary School, were smashed into at about 11.30am.

Thomas Walder, 27, of Kent Avenue in Minster, was charged with driving a vehicle while over the alcohol limit and driving without insurance.

The cars were damaged in Broad Street, Sheerness. Picture: Karon Bell
The cars were damaged in Broad Street, Sheerness. Picture: Karon Bell

He was bailed to appear at Maidstone Magistrates’ Court on Friday, February 15.

Karon Bell normally parks where they were hit but today decided to park on the opposite side of the road.

It happened near Rose Street Primary School. Picture: Karon Bell
It happened near Rose Street Primary School. Picture: Karon Bell

She said: "I spoke to a man who saw it and said the man in the van got out and walked away.

"There was damage done to quite a few cars.

A number of cars were damaged after a van crashed into them. Picture: Karon Bell
A number of cars were damaged after a van crashed into them. Picture: Karon Bell

"I spoke to a bystander who saw it happen who said the wheel came off the van."

Children in the nearby primary school were in class at the time of the smash.

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