Kent Police are appealing for witnesses to a crash on the A2 westbound which left a man with serious injuries.

The crash, which involved four vehicles, happened yesterday morning (January 7) at Bean on the approach for the A282 slip road leaving the A2 London-bound.

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The vehicles involved were a grey Jaguar F-Type, a black Ford Focus, a grey Ford Focus and a white articulated lorry.

The driver of the black Ford Focus, a Rochester man in his 30s, was taken to Princess Royal University Hospital in Farnborough with back injuries, with Kent Police describing his condition as "serious".

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 motorist who had been trapped, before being passed to South East Coast Ambulance Service paramedics for treatment.

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Officers from Kent Police’s serious collision investigation unit is investigating and would like to hear from any witnesses.

Officers are also keen to gather dash cam footage of the incident or the moments leading up to it.

Anyone with information is asked to call Kent Police on 01622 798538 quoting AH/05/19.