Child hit by number bus 18 in Stonebridge

PUBLISHED: 14:23 15 September 2016 | UPDATED: 11:57 16 September 2016

A child has been hit by a bus and taken to hospital with head injuries

A child has been hit by a bus and taken to hospital with head injuries

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A child has been knocked over by a bus at a busy junction near the north circular in Stonebridge and taken to hospital.

Ambulance crew treated a young boy for head injuries at Point place in the Harrow Road where the accident is said to have happened at approximately 1pm.

He was hit by a number 18 bus and taken to hospital with ‘minor injuries’A spokeswoman for the London Ambulance Service said: “We were called at 1.02pm today to reports of a road traffic collision at Harrow Road, Wembley. We sent an ambulance crew to scene.

“We treated a child for a head injury and took them to a hospital in north west London.”

A spokesman for the police said: “We were called by London Ambulance at five past 1 about a bus and child in collision in Harrow Road near the junction with Point Place in Wembley. Officers are on the scene. The child, a boy, has been taken to hospital with minor injuries.”

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