A major road has been partially closed through Dartford after a crash which appears to have been between two lorries.

Although damage has been caused to the vehicles after the collision on Bob Dunn Way, no serious injuries have been reported.

Rob Nicholls, who was stuck in a line of traffic behind the collision, told News Shopper: "I walked up to see if I could help as there were people literally pulling the door off to free the driver.

"I was shocked at the damage and was just relieved to see the driver standing.

"The fire crew and police were quick to the scene." 

Police enforced a road closure on the road after the vehicles blocked the carriageway. The road was reopened shortly after 3pm.

A spokesman from Kent Police said: "Kent Police was called to a collision, reported to involve two lorries, in Bob Dunn Way, Dartford, at 10.15am on Friday 6 July 2018.

"Kent Fire and Rescue Service and the South East Coast Ambulance Service were also called to the scene and at present no serious injuries have been reported.

"The incident has caused the road to become blocked and officers have enforced a road closure near the junction with Marsh Street.

"Recovery for the lorries has been arranged and motorists are advised to expect delays and, where possible, consider using an alternative route."