Kent police travel through difficult conditions on the M20 – Daily Mail



A man has died after being washed off a harbour wall in Ramsgate in Kent as 60mph winds and heavy rain batter parts of Britain (top right, a helicopter landing at the seaside this morning). Kent Police said they were called to the scene in the Royal Harbour, Ramsgate, at around 11.30am this morning to reports three people in the water. Though all three were recovered, one was later pronounced dead. The other two were taken to hospital for treatment. A spokeswoman for the Maritime and Coastguard Agency said: ‘It is believed that all three people were washed off the pier by a large wave.’ Kent Police added: ‘The death is not being treated as suspicious. Inquiries are ongoing to identify next of kin.’ Meanwhile a number of beach huts in Kent (left) have been smashed or washed away as the stormy weather battered the coast. Many of the huts cost as much as £1000 to buy and £400 a year to rent space along the beach. Pictured bottom right: Cars driving through flooded streets in London today.

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