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Dramatic photos show aftermath of crash which left car on its side

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Original article from Kent Live

A car crash which left a vehicle perilously placed on its side on a roundabout in Whitstable has led to a huge emergency services response.

The crash, which involved two cars, happened at the Estuary View Business Park just before 2.30pm today (April 13).

Kent Police and crews from Kent Fire and Rescue Service both attended the scene

One woman has been taken to a local hospital following the crash although her injuries are not deemed life threatening.

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Dramatic pictures snapped by onlookers showed a group of people pushing up against the stricken white vehicle.

Another photo revealed that the front right hand side of another white vehicle had been left smashed in the collision.

Two fire engines are at the scene and Kent Police officers remain on site this afternoon as the road remains cordoned off.

Fire crews in attendance at the scene

The incident took place near the Whitstable Estuary View Medical Centre.

A statement from the police said: "Kent Police was called to Estuary View Business Park, Boorman Way, Whitstable at 2.29pm on Tuesday, April 13 following a report of a road traffic collision.

“Two cars were involved in the incident. One woman will be taken to a local hospital for treatment to her injuries which are not deemed life threatening. Officers are on the scene.”

The other car had a big dent on its front right hand side

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