Four people were injured after a head-on crash in East Guldeford where one of the drivers ran away on Saturday (August 6).
Emergency services were called to crash involving a BMW and a VW Beetle on the A259 Folkestone Road at 8.50pm.
The BMW driver, a 28-year-old man from London, was found by police with a dog hiding in bushes nearby with a chest injury.
He and his two passengers, a 40-year-old man with serious injuries, and a man aged 34 with a minor injury, were all taken to the William Harvey Hospital (WHH) in Ashford, Kent.
The 40-year-old remains in hospital in a stable condition.
The VW Beetle driver, a 59-year-old woman from Romney Marsh, Kent, suffered minor injuries, including abdomen pain and a suspected fractured wrist, and was also taken to WHH.
Police are investigating the circumstances of the collision and making enquiries. No one has been arrested.
Ambulance crews in three ambulances and a car attended the scene along with the air ambulance.
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