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Police officers taken to hospital after two police cars involved in collision

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Kent 999 posted that Two police cars have crashed along Poverest Road, in St Mary Cray.

One of the police cars is believed to have hit a van at the junction with Cray Avenue around 12:40pm.

The police officer had to be cut free from the front sear passenger seat by fight fighters.

A second police car responding to the incident then was involved in a collision at the junction Cray Valley Road.

Two officers and a member of the public have been taken to hospital.

Our thoughts are with everyone involved in the incident.

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