Thursday, 23 November 2017

No charge

NOBODY is to be charged over a crash in which Henley Bridge was damaged during the royal regatta, police have confirmed.

A diesel lorry mounted the pavement and struck the northern balustrade of the grade I listed structure at about 10.30am on the Thursday morning of this year’s rowing event.

One of the stone pillars was knocked into the Thames while another was loosened.

A Thames Valley Police spokeswoman said the crash was being treated as a “damage-only incident.”

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