Podcast: Teenager almost impaled by metal pole that smashed through bus window during crash in Canterbury

A teenage girl has spoken of the moment she was almost impaled by a metal pole which smashed through the window of a bus in Canterbury.

The collision happened on the A28 Sturry Road leaving three people needing hospital treatment. Elle, 17, has been speaking to Lucy.

Also in today’s podcast, a school teacher who lives next to where roadworks are currently taking place in Sittingbourne, is begging for compensation and somewhere else to stay.

Susan May says the works are happening at night and no consideration is being given to those living in Sonora Fields. Hear the noise she’s complaining about and find out what housing developer Redrow has had to say.

Thousands of rail staff are on strike today, causing more disruption on the trains across Kent.

Southeastern are running a limited service as members of RMT fight for better pay and working conditions.

It’s National Fish & Chips day and hundreds of you have been telling us about your favourite takeaway.

We’ve also been chatting to the owner of Lewis’s Fish & Grill in Maidstone on why it’s so important to support the annual event which started in 2015.

Hear from Becky Hill who has been chatting to our sister radio station, kmfm.

Sam Lawrie has a round up of everything going on in Kent to keep you entertained this weekend.

And in sport, Kent are back in T20 Blast action tonight. The Spitfires will be hoping to bounce back from a defeat to Somerset as they travel to take on Glamorgan.