Four Left Hospitalised after Man Drives Car into Grade II listed Cinque Port Arms Pub in Kent

four left hospitalised after man drives car into grade ii listed cinque port arms pub in kent

A Car has ploughs through front door of Kent pub full of Friday night punters leaving four injured It is understood that the driver has been arrestted after he rammed the  Grade II listed Cinque Port Arms  after being ejected. Police and paramedics were at the scene and dramatic photos appeared to showed the car wedged into the main door.
A member of staff at the historic Cinque Port Arms in New Romney said: “There are police everywhere and ambulances here too.” It is the third head-on crash at the boozer in just two years.
The male driver of the silver Vauxhall Corsa is in a serious condition in hospital, while three others suffered non-life threatening injuries.

The crash was the third head-on collision at the 700-year-old boozer in just two years
A spokesman for South East Coast Ambulance Service said: “We had ambulance crews attend the scene including our Hart Hazardous Area Response Team.

“One male, believed to be the driver, is in a serious condition at William Harvey Hospital in Ashford, Kent.
“The three other patients, all male, suffered non-life threatening injuries including fractures and were taken to William Harvey Hospital.

A spokesman for Kent Police Said : Kent Police was called to a collision between a vehicle and a building in New Romney High Street at 9.52pm on Friday 24 November 2017.

Officers attended the scene, as did crews from the South East Coast Ambulance Service.

A 24-year-old man from New Romney, reported to be the driver of the car, has been arrested in connection with the incident and remains in custody.

Four other people are reported to have been injured, with three men taken to a local hospital for treatment to injuries that have not been reported to be life threatening.

The fourth injured person did not require hospital treatment.

Anyone with information that is yet to speak with officers can call 01843 222289 quoting 24-1510.