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Man who suffered life threatening injuries in Keston car crash dies
A 30-YEAR-OLD man who suffered life threatening injuries in a car crash in Keston has died.
The crash occurred in Westerham Road last Thursday (October 24) at around 11pm.
The only car involved was a Mercedes travelling towards Biggin Hill, which left the road and struck a lamp post and brick pillar of a residential development.
A 47-year-old man from Biggin Hill, who did not want to be named, said: "I arrived just after it had happened. There was debris all over the road.
"I started having a look around the road. The car had gone into a big solid brick wall.
"The wall had shattered. Bricks had been thrown 40 or 50 yards. They were all lying in the road.
"The car had been mangled beyond recognition. It was on its side, all mushed up.
"It was all mixed up with the lamp post.
"I spoke to one of the neighbours and he said he thought a meteor had hit."
The man was taken to King's College Hospital where he was placed in intensive care.
A 29-year-old female passenger was also taken to King's College Hospital, suffering from minor injuries.
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