Emergency services attend crash involving police car in Margate

Cecil Square was closed off for around two hours Photo Frank Leppard

A police car was involved in a crash with another vehicle in Margate last night (October 18).

Police in the vehicle were responding to an emergency call when they were involved in the collision in Cecil Square.

Photo Frank Leppard

The road was closed for around two hours. Kent Fire & Rescue Service also attended the scene. There were no serious injuries reported.

A Kent Police spokesperson said: “Shortly before 8pm on Wednesday 18 October, a Kent Police car travelling to an emergency call was involved in a collision with another vehicle in Cecil Square, Margate.

Photo Frank Leppard

“The road was closed while the incident was responded to but reopened at around 10.15pm. No serious injuries were reported.”

A South East Coast Ambulance service spokesperson said: “Ambulance crews attended the scene following reports of a two vehicle collision.

“One person was assessed and treated at the scene before being taken to hospital for further checks.”

6 Comments

  1. And a very greasy road surface wouldn’t have helped in stopping ether car especially if police car was at speed coming up to traffic lights, the good thing is nobody was seriously injured.

  2. This happened just as the police at another incident (unreported) was finishing in Northdown Road at the zebra crossing on the junction of Athelstan Road. Something went on there to cause Northdown Road to be closed in both directions around 6.30 – 8.00pm on Wednesday causing buses to have to reverse back to take another route past. Two ambulances and many police officers involved.

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