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Podcast: Young boy injured after getting trapped beneath trolley on travelator at Asda, Sittingbourne

A four-year-old boy has been injured after getting trapped under a supermarket trolley.
It happened as he travelled up a travelator with his mum at an Asda store in Sittingbourne. Hear what bosses have had to say.

Also in today’s podcast, A Kent mum is the latest to demand change at the Met Police after a damning report yesterday found the force to be institutionally racist, sexist and homophobic.
Mina Smallman lives in Ramsgate and has spoken out after her two daughters were murdered in London in 2020.
Pictures of Bibaa and Nicole’s bodies were shared among officers on WhatsApp.
Building work has started on a new multi-million pound leisure centre in Medway.
The site of the former Splashes in Rainham was demolished last year in prepartion for the new £24 million facility.
A charity that works with children who have suffered abuse or trauma are having to open a third branch in the county because of an increase in demand.
Dandelion Time already has centres in West Farleigh and Ashford and 50 young people on its waiting list.
We’ve been speaking to their CEO.
Folkestone has been named the third most popular area in the UK for Londoners buying second homes.
Figures show 1 in 20 of the properties bought there in the last year was a second home.
And in sport, the Gillingham manager has been speaking following their win against Crewe Alexandra.
It finished 2-1 at Priestfield and saw the boss sent to the stands after a third goal for the Gills was disallowed.