Podcast: Son of Gravesend man attacked by XL Bully says he was “one bite from death”

The son of a Gravesend man who was attacked by an XL Bully says he was one bite from death. 

The 69-year-old suffered injuries to his arms, legs, shoulder and upper thigh after being mauled by the animal while on his evening walk. 

Also in today’s podcast, police have had to cordon off a town centre street after a man and a woman were found dead.

Emergency services were called to The Butchery in Sandwich after concerns were raised for two pensioners.

Furious residents say housebuilding has spiralled out of control as 1,500 homes are planned across just 1.5 square miles of Ashford.

An application has been submitted for a sixth new development in the area just off the A2070. 

A Medway mum who saved a man’s life after a motorbike crash, has used her first aid knowledge to help save her own daughter.

Tiffany Smith realised two-year-old Lily Diamond, was seriously ill but had to push doctors to do blood tests. 

And a shopkeeper has been ordered to pay hundreds of pounds after piles of rubbish were left outside a former sweet shop in Canterbury. 

It’s after residents complained about the “eye sore” which has been left unchecked since November.