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Podcast: Herne Bay woman escaped from police car while half-naked after crashing her car

A court’s been told how a Herne Bay woman who was high on cocaine, escaped from a police car while half-naked.
Hear from our reporter Sean Axtell who covered this case at Canterbury Crown Court.

Also in today’s podcast, a man’s been arrested following what police have called an “unexplained death” at a Kent Shopping centre.
A man in his 30s was confirmed dead at County Square in Ashford yesterday evening.
A hairdresser’s explained how she’s had to stockpile water to rinse customer’s hair, because she can’t rely on normal supplies.
Loose near Maidstone has been affected by low pressure or no water at all over the past year.
Sharon Hope has been speaking to reporter Cara Simmonds.
Former Bake Off presenter Sandi Toksvig has met with the Archbishop of Canterbury to discuss the church’s position on gay marriage.
There are plans to allow same-sex unions to be blessed – but campaigners are calling for more progress on equality for the LGBTQ+ community.
The man behind plans to re-open Kent’s Manston Airport has been telling the podcast more about a potential return for passenger flights.
Tony Freudmann from RiverOak has also been revealed how many jobs the site could create.
We’re being asked to keep an eye on how many birds are in our gardens in Kent this weekend.
The RSPB wants us to spend an hour counting the different varieties to see how populations are faring.
And, Gillingham will be hoping to make it three wins in a row when they travel to Swindon this weekend.
The Gills have seen a real turn around in form after bringing in new players during the January transfer window.