A firefighting crew have been forced to cut someone out of a car this lunchtime after a lorry and car crashed in Dartford.

Kent Fire and Rescue Service used hydraulic cutting equipment to free the passenger, and both people involved in the crash have been passed over to paramedics.

The fire service were called to Central Road today, May 26, at around 1:30pm to reports of a person trapped after a crash.

A car and lorry had collidied on the road, trapping one passenger in the car.

Firefighters managed to free the passenger, and then administered first aid and oxygen to treat the driver of the HGV for shock.

Kent and Fire Rescue Service say no other casualties were reported, and both people are now in the care of SEC Ambulances.