FOUR people have been injured including two seriously after a horror smash between an ambulance and a cement lorry.
Police were scrambled to the A21 in Sevenoaks, Kent, last night at around 8pm.
Four people were rushed to hospital with two seriously hurt. No further update on their condition is available.
Dramatic pictures show the front of the ambulance smashed in after it collided with the lorry.
A large emergency services presence can also be seen on the road with the mangled ambulance and lorry both on pick-up trucks.
Kent Police have now launched a probe into the horror and are appealing for witnesses.
The A21 southbound was closed while investigators combed for clues but it reopened this morning.
Police said: "Kent Police was called to the scene at 8.16pm on Wednesday 5 January 2022 following a report of a collision involving an ambulance and a cement lorry.
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"Officers from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit have commenced an investigation and are asking anyone with dashcam footage prior to the incident to come forward.
"Anyone who witnessed the collision is also being asked to contact officers."
Those with information can call police on 01622 798538 quoting RY/CS/03/22.
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