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Video: Kent fire crews bring in new oxygen masks for pets

Now, if you had a fire in your home, what would be the first thing you saved? Well, apart from your family, the most likely second choice would be a pet. Some of us would even risk out own lives to rescue them. But the prospect of recovery afterwards is often slim. So now, Kent Fire & Rescue Service have started using new oxygen masks for pets to improve their chances. Andrea Thomas explains. She spoke to Lynn Carberry from the not for profit organisation Smokey Paws and Dave Nolan from Kent Fire & Rescue Service.


Londonbound motorway reopened

Credit: Steve Salter

The M2's been reopened Londonbound after an accident near Junction Five, Sittingbourne. Long queues built up between 6 and 5, before the outside carriageway was cleared. A vehicle overturned; the driver suffered non life threatening injuries.

M2; overturned car Credit: Steve Salter


Charity football match to buy pitch for disabled adults

A charity football match will take place in Sittingbourne today to raise money for the Canterbury-based John Graham Trust.

The centre is for adults with learning disabilities to give them the chance to experience outdoor life and healthy living through activities and life skills.

The football match is to raise funds to buy an all weather sports playing surface for the 150 adults with learning difficulties .

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Kent couple jailed after drugs found in freezer

A Kent couple have been jailed after police discovered nearly £50,000 worth of drugs stored in their fridge-freezer.

Daniel Fleming, 30, and Alyx Costa, 23, hid plastic tubs full of amphetamines inside the appliance in their flat.

Police who raided the flat valued the drugs at £47,000 but expect the figure could have risen to hundreds of thousands of pounds had they reached the streets. Also found were two bags of cannabis.

Fleming, formerly of White Hart Mews in Sittingbourne, admitted two counts of possession with intent to supply and has been jailed for three years and eight months.

Costa, formerly of the same address, pleaded guilty to one count of the same charge and will serve three years in prison.

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