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'Leg break' in attack on driver

PUBLISHED: 15:29 08 October 2008 | UPDATED: 10:09 23 August 2010

A 50-YEAR-OLD bus driver suffered a broken leg after trying to help a colleague who was being harassed by two men. Kent Police are treating the incident, outside the Railway Bell pub in Garrick Street, Gravesend, as grievous bodily harm. They are also try

A 50-YEAR-OLD bus driver suffered a broken leg after trying to help a colleague who was being harassed by two men. Kent Police are treating the incident, outside the Railway Bell pub in Garrick Street, Gravesend, as grievous bodily harm. They are also trying to trace two females who were with the alleged attackers during the incident at 5pm on Saturday, September 27.

One of the attackers is white, between

19 and 25-years-old and was 6ft 2in.

He was skinny with brown spiky hair and was wearing a white hoody with a light blue "V" logo on the front. The second man is slim and had short straight hair. He was wearing a dark top over a white shirt. Call Detective Constable Dorey

on 01474 366098 or Crimestoppers

on 0800 555111.


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