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Podcast: Sheppey mum ’most likely’ distracted by phone before fatal crash

It’s emerged a mum from Sheppey who died when the car she was driving veered into the wrong lane and collided with a lorry was ‘most likely’ distracted by her phone.
Charlotte Buesden had just dropped her son at school when the crash happened on Swale Way in Kemsley near Sittingbourne last August.
Our reporter Sean McPolin was at the inquest and has the details.
Also in today’s podcast, we have news on changes to Plan B Covid restrictions – some of which come in as early as tomorrow.
The mum of a three-year-old girl from Sandgate who was killed by her stepdad is calling for his prison sentenced to be reviewed.
27 year-old Paul Marsh from Sandgate Road in Folkestone was locked up for 11 years in December after being found guilty of the manslaughter of Jessica Dalgleish.
Here mum Hannah Butler has given a heartbreaking interview to our colleagues at KMTV.
A man who’s thought to have been involved in drugs crimes in Kent is being hunted by police in Spain and has been named today as one of 12 most wanted fugitives.
Hear from the National Crime Agency who are trying to track them down.
We’ve also been speaking to a food bank in Medway as figures show the cost of living is at its highest for 30 years.
And find out who Gillingham are interested in being their next manager following the departure of Steve Evans.