Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Road rage incident in Henley town centre

A BUS driver was allegedly struck by a car in Henley town centre

A BUS driver was allegedly struck by a car in Henley town centre.

Police were called to the incident outside Pizza Express in Market Place at about 5.35pm on Tuesday last week.

It is understood the 58-year-old bus driver and a car driver had a disagreement in which the former was injured. He was treated by paramedics at the scene.

Police spoke to the driver of a white Vauxhall Insignia estate but no arrests were made.

The road was sealed off by officers and traffic was redirected through the Greys Road car park, causing queues in the town centre.

Thames Valley Police confirmed they were investigating a claim of assault and appealed for witnesses. Anyone with information should call 101.



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