Two taken to hospital following crash in Cliftonville

Emergency services at the scene Photo Michael Britcher

Emergency services have attended a two vehicle crash in Cliftonville this morning (April 19).

Kent Police was called following a report of the collision in Northdown Road at 10.55am.

Officers attended along with South East Coast Ambulance Service and Kent Fire and Rescue Service and a section of the road near Lyndhurst Avenue was closed while the incident was responded to.

Two people were taken to a local hospital. Injuries are understood not to be serious but South East Coast Ambulance service has been contacted for further details.

The road was reopened at around 11.55am.

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    • I know, you know, we all know the answer to your question, some BMW owners for some reason only known to themselves can’t drive at sensible speeds for the road or the conditions and think that owning a ‘Beemer’ means they have to thrash their car around the roads like a complete morons regardless of any other road users.

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