Kent Fire And Rescue Service
Kent Fire and Rescue Service were called to the A2 Keycol Hill in Bobbing earlier this afternoon.
It was following reports of a collision involving one vehicle at approximately 13:15hrs.
Two fire engines attended and crews used hydraulic rescue equipment to remove the car roof and free a man trapped inside.
He was handed into the care of South East Coast Ambulance paramedics, who were also attending the scene.
Kent Fire And Rescue Service (KFRS) Firefighters dealt with a fire at a house in Peregrine Drive, Sittingbourne earlier today (Tuesday 15th January).
Fire crews were called at around 10.20am and had to wear breathing apparatus using two hose reel jets, a main jet and water from a local street hydrant to put the fire out.
The fire broke out in the roof space and affected the first floor of the two-storey terraced property.
There were no reported casualties and the cause of the fire is yet to be established.
Firefighters helped to release a man who was trapped in a van following a crash involving a car and two vans on the coast-bound carriageway of the M2 earlier today.
The collision happened just before Junction 5 for the A249 and Sittingbourne at around 9:15am.
Crews used hydraulic rescue equipment to free the man, who was then passed into the care of the South East Coast Ambulance Service.
Kent Fire And Rescue Service (KFRS) crews have been dealing with a fire in a field of around 1000 square metres of standing and cut corn, near Warden Bay Road in Leysdown.
The call was received shortly before 11am this morning (Friday 27th July) and firefighters have been tackling the fire using breathing apparatus.
Four fire engines were initially in attendance at the incident, though has now been reduced to two engines.
Crews have been working with the landowner to create fire breaks to prevent further fire spread.
Approximately 10 acres of standing corn was destroyed by fire in fields adjacent to Fimbury Lane and Yelsted Lane, Stockbury near Sittingbourne last night (Sunday 15th July).
Kent Fire and Rescue Service's Emergency Control Centre coinfirmed that they had received a number of 999 calls reporting the fire.
Around 25 firefighters and six fire engines were initially sent to tackle the blaze and crews worked hard to bring it under control. They were successfully able to reduced the incident to four fire engines by 7.20pm and cleared the scene at around 9.00pm.
Several properties were struck by lightning earlier today (22nd June) during a major storm here in the Sittingbourne area.
Shortly after 11.40am two fire engines from Sittingbourne Fire Station responded to a detached garage fire in College Road, believed to have been caused by a lightning strike. A hose reel and short extension ladder were used and crews made the scene safe.
Firefighters were also called to reports of a shed being struck in Orchard Road. There crews used a hose reel, a short extension ladder and small tools to tackle the fire in the roof void of the shed.
Kent Fire and Rescue Service have been called to a large fire involving around 100sq metres of grass and undergrowth in the Gas Road area.
It is believed that three fire engines have been sent to the scene and firefighters are using hose reel jets to tackle the blaze.
There is a large plume of smoke in the area and residents are being advised to close all their windows and doors to prevent the smoke from entering their properties as a precaution.
Kent Police officers are investigating a fire at an industrial unit in Sittingbourne overnight and are appealing for witnesses to come forward.
Kent Police received a report at 12.24am this morning (Thursday 16th March) that a car had been in collision with an industrial unit in Castle Road, Sittingbourne. The unit is currently used as the Rumble Boxing Academy.
Officers attended the scene where a car was found to be alight and crashed in to the unoccupied premises.
Local Kent Fire and Rescue Service (KFRS) crews have been tackling a large fire on Grovehurst Road, Kemsley this evening (Friday 24th February) involving two portable buildings.
On arrival crews found the two buildings, used for storage, well alight.
At the high of the incident three fire engines were at the scene with firefighters using main jets to tackle the fire.
It is believed that the buildings were previously used as a pet food supplies store.
Kent Fire and Rescue Service (KFRS) dealt with a fire involving approximately 300 tonnes of baled hay in Matts Hill Road, Hartlip earlier today (Wednesday 26th October).
Three fire engines and a bulk water carrier were sent to the scene. Fire crews used two main jets and a hose reel to prevent the fire spreading to surrounding shrubbery.