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Appeal for witnesses to bus incident which left woman in eighties with life-threatening injuries

PUBLISHED: 14:38 30 November 2017 | UPDATED: 14:28 01 December 2017

A woman in her eighties is in a life-threatening condition after she was trapped under a bus. Picture: Met Police

A woman in her eighties is in a life-threatening condition after she was trapped under a bus. Picture: Met Police

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A witness appeal has been launched following an incident where a woman in her eighties was trapped under a bus.

The incident occurred yesterday (Thursday, November 30) at midday in London Road, at the junction with Knockhall Chase, Greenhithe.

The woman, a passenger on the Arriva 480 bus, was injured after stepping out of the vehicle. She was taken to a London hospital with serious, life-threatening injuries, and remains there.

Kent Police’s serious collision investigation unit is appealing for witnesses. Anyone who has information is urged to call 01622 798538 or email sciu.td@kent.pnn.police.uk quoting reference number DS/DW/266/17.

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