Two police officers have been injured as they tried to make an arrest in the centre of Tunbridge Wells. Kent Police said they were being treated in hospital, but did not disclose their injuries or condition.
It is believed they were injured after being called to Monson Road, in the town centre. A driver is understood to have threatened a pedestrian.
A 29-year-old man was arrested in connection with an assault. No weapons were believed to have been used.
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