Two people taken to London hospital following crash in Margate

Emergency services

Two people have been taken to a London hospital following a crash in Margate this morning (September 25).

Emergency services were called to Ramsgate Road at around 2.30am after the car crashed into parked cars, a lamppost and into a wall near Lester’s pub.

A Kent Police spokesperson said: “Kent Police was called at 2.30am to a report of a collision in Ramsgate Road, Margate.

“One car is reported to have collided with several parked cars. Officers attended along with other emergency services and two people from the car were taken to a London hospital to be treated for serious injuries.”

The road has been reopened.

10 Comments

  1. This is a very dangerous area for vehicle incidents like this. About time KCC made it safer instead of lying saying there are not enough serious personal injury incidents to qualify for safety measures, plus these are the fault of drivers not road layout. They need to be looking at what can be done at the least as these are regular serious incidents.

    • Not sure exactly what they can do-you cannot compensate for people driving like lunatics & often under the influence of alcohol or narcotics. People need to respect other drivers, pedestrians, residences, the speed limit & the weather conditions & drive accordingly.

  2. Kent resident
    The surroundings like walls trees lamppost parked cars don’t move cars with drivers in do and if there is only one car involved it could be due to a whole number of reasons from a medical emergency like fainting mechanical Drink drugs or someone else who caused the driver to crash.
    I don’t think KCC can be blamed.

  3. I don’t think this is anything to do with road conditions , agree cars do suffer mechanical problems , the driver may have had a heart attack but given the time 2.30 AM, other thoughts come to my mind.

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