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Man in his 20s killed and another injured after crash

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Original article from Kent Live

A man in his 20s has died following a crash on the A2.

The man was a passenger in a silver Volkswagen T-Roc which hit a tree on the coastbound side of the dual carriageway, near Dover.

It happened at around 8pm on Wednesday (May 19).

Kent Police confirmed one person was treated for injuries which were not described as serious but the passenger was declared deceased at the scene.

The car was travelling coast-bound on the A2 at Shepherdswell and police are appealing for anyone with dash-cam footage to come forward

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A full statement from Kent Police said: “Information is sought following a fatal collision on the A2 near Dover.

"At around 8pm on Wednesday, May 19, a silver Volkswagen T-Roc is reported to have been in collision with a tree while it was travelling on the coastbound A2 at Shepherdswell.

"A passenger, a man in his 20s from Dover, was declared deceased at the scene and a second person, a man in his 20s, received treatment for injuries that were not described as serious.

The A2 near Shepherdswell

"Kent Police’s Serious Collision Investigation Unit are investigating the circumstances and would like to hear from anyone who has information.

"Officers would also like to hear from anyone who was travelling on the coastbound A2 and has footage of the collision, or footage of the vehicle being driven in the moments leading up to the incident.

"Anyone with information is asked to call 01622 798538 quoting DS/JG/43/21. You can also email sciu.td@kent.pnn.police.uk”

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