Folkestone woman injured in A20 collision
A Folkestone woman had to cut free from her convertible last night after a collision on the A20 near Dover last night.
Firefighters rescued the woman at around 7pm and was reported to be suffering neck and lower back injuries but are not thought to be serious.
She was taken to hospital.
Kent Fire and Rescue spokesman Giles Parker said that the two vehicles appear to have touched on the Folkestone-bound carrigeway with the Peugeot convertible leaving the road and landed down a bank.
The female driver of the other car, a Nissan Almera, stopped and raised the alarm. She is believed to be from Ramsgate.
Watch manager Parker said: "Where the car ended up was awkward to get to. The driver was in shock so we got got her out of there as soon as we could and off to hospital."