A second man who was involved in a crash in Bearsted over the weekend has died. Police were called to the A20 Ashford Road in the early hours of Saturday.
A car had hit a tree.
The driver, an 18-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene.
A 19-year-old man, who was travelling in the car as a passenger was taken to hospital with serious injuries, but has died this afternoon.
Anyone with any information is asked to call the Serious Collision Investigation Unit appeal line on 01622 798538.
Kent Police is appealing for witnesses to a fatal road traffic collision on the A20 in Bearsted in the early hours of this morning. Officers from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit were called after 2.15am to a report of a single vehicle collision on Ashford Road.
It was reported a red Ford Ka had left the road before colliding with a tree and landing on its roof back on the carriageway. The driver, an 18 year old man, was pronounced dead at the scene.
A 19 year old man, who was a passenger in the car, was taken to a hospital in London where he remains in a critical condition.
Two men have been arrested in connection with a reported robbery in Bearsted.
Kent Police are investigating the circumstances around the incident, which took place around 11.15pm on 30th November.
A 30 year-old man and a 23 year-old man, both arrested this morning in the Maidstone area, are in custody while enquiries continue.A woman living at an address in The Morlings contacted police on Saturday night to report she was bundled into her home by a group of four or five men.
The offenders searched the house and left with a quantity of cash and jewellery.Patrols have since recovered some property near the junction of Warmlake Road and Norton Road, Chart Sutton, which they believe to be linked to the robbery.
The owner of a cafe in Bearsted, near Maidstone, has been talking about the moment workmen dug up a suspected World War II bomb in her car park today.
Click on the video to hear what Alison Bellamy had to say.
Police were called at 9.30 this morning to reports of an unexploded bomb in Bearsted in Kent. An Explosive Ordinance Disposal team is currently on scene. Cavendish Way has been closed and a cordon has been put in place around the property.
A man from Kent who trapped an intruder trying to get into his home, has condemned the police for releasing the man without charge. Tim Ferris found the intruder in his porch and claims the police didn't turn up until half an hour later. David Johns reports
A249 Bearsted Road in both directions re-opened, traffic easing, accident cleared between Bearsted Road (Newnham Court Roundabout) and Penenden Heath Road (Chiltern Hundreds Roundabout).
A249 Bearsted Road in both directions closed due to accident between Bearsted Road (Newnham Court Roundabout) and Penenden Heath Road (Chiltern Hundreds Roundabout). Expect delays.
Parents whose children have to attend schools far from home because of a lack of local places say they are paying the price for poor council planning.
Sharon Chapman, a mother from Bearsted in Kent, has to travel 80 miles a week to take her four-year-old daughter to school because she was not allocated a place closer to home.
Warren Hanlon from Bearsted in Maidstone in Kent sent this photograph showing the impact of torrential downpours on Monday afternoon. The image shows a flooded Ware Street below Bell Bridge in Bearsted.