One person taken to hospital following collision on Haine Road

Emergency services were called to Haine Road Photo Christopher Gadd

One person has been taken to William Harvey Hospital in Ashford following a collision on the Haine Road in Ramsgate this morning (September 23).

Police and paramedics were called to the incident at around 10am. The road was closed off while emergency services were in attendance.

A Kent Police spokesperson said; “Kent Police was called to a report of a two-car collision at the junction of Haine Road and St John’s Avenue, Ramsgate shortly before 10am.

“Officers attended and assisted with traffic management while one of the vehicles involved was recovered.”

South East Coast Ambulance service also attended. A spokesperson said: “One person was assessed and treated before being taken to William Harvey Hospital in Ashford.”


  1. Collision must have been at 5mph as that’s the maximum speed you can currently get around Westwood and both hospital roads at the moment.

    • Really? I drove through westwood yesterday afternoon, as I do five days a week around 330pm. It took me less than 10 mins to get from star lane to ramsgate viaduct. Don’t forget when you’re complaining about traffic….you are traffic, pal.

  2. That junction at the top of Newington estate onto Haines Road needs a filtering island built there to guide traffic to turn left and ot cross the flow of traffic, a simple sign indicating o right turn is not enough it’s ignored all the time, just an inverted triangle filtering traffic to the left is needed there’s enough room there to do this . It’s a nobrainer ,it will save injuries to people and damage to vehicles .

    • how many smashes and how many pedestrian injuries on that junction int he past ten years mate? Can you provide sources too, please?

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