A car flipped over on to its roof in Parrock Road, Gravesend this morning.
Kent fire fighters were called at 9.42am to the overturned vehicle, a silver Ford Focus, on the pavement outside a house at the junction with Parrock Avenue.
Kent police officers, ambulance crews and an air ambulance also attended.
A passenger was released from the car by fire crews and was taken to King's College Hospital by road ambulance with injuries to his head, torso and lower arm.
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