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Tunbridge Wells dentist Subhash Pai died from chest injury

A dentist from Tunbridge Wells died as a result of a penetrative chest trauma, an inquest heard.

Subhash Pai was driving from his home in Tunbridge Wells to the Dumbledore Dental Care practice in Handcross, Haywards Heath, when he crashed his car on the A21 Pembury Bypass.

It is believed his black Audi Q7 first struck the central barrier before leaving the carriageway on the morning of Saturday, July 27.

Dr Subhash Pai, 38, leaves a wife and a four-year-old daughter
Dr Subhash Pai, 38, leaves a wife and a four-year-old daughter

Dr Pai, 38, had been born in Mumbai, India. He was married to Vinaya Pai and the couple have a four-year-old daughter.

Coroner Geoffrey Smith opened the inquest and adjourned it indefinitely while further reports are gathered.

The accident happened between the Longfield Road roundabout in Tunbridge Wells, and the junction with the A26, Tonbridge, at around 8am. Despite the best efforts of the emergency services, Mr Pai was declared dead at the scene.

An investigation has been launched by the Serious Collision Investigation Unit (SCIU) and officers are appealing for any witnesses to the collision, or anyone with dashcam footage to come forward and call the SCIU appeal line on 01622 798538 or email sciu.td@kent.pnn.police.uk quoting DB/NR/78/19.

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