The A2 London-bound, near the Darenth Interchange, has been reopened following a crash between a lorry and two cars earlier this morning.

Kent Police responded to reports of an incident shortly before 8.30am and officers closed off the road in order to allow emergency services deal with the incident, which saw one man trapped inside a vehicle. 

This man was attended by paramedics, however Kent Police have said that no serious injuries were reported. 

According to Kent Fire and Rescue, two fire engines were present at the scene and specialist equipment was used to remove the roof of the vehicle to free the trapped motorist, before being passed to South East Coast Ambulance Service paramedics for treatment.

A spokesman for SECAmb has said: "I can confirm ambulance crews attended the scene following reports of an RTC on the A2 at Darenth. 

"One patient, suffering from back pain, was assessed and treated before being taken to Princess Royal University Hospital."