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Recent heavy rain across Kent leads to more potholes

13 January 2014 Last updated at 23:18 GMT

Hundreds more potholes have been created with the recent huge quantities of rain experienced across the south east of England.

Kent County Council have been using extra crews to fix the damaged roads.

BBC South East Today's Peter Whittlesea spoke to Isle of Sheppey taxi driver Neil Lennan, John Burr of Kent County Council, and David Weeks from the Asphalt Industry Alliance.

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