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Traffic delays in Kensal Green and Queen’s Park area after 14 people injured in Ladbroke Grove bus crash

PUBLISHED: 14:17 17 November 2016 | UPDATED: 14:31 17 November 2016

The scene of the crash in Ladbroke Grove (Pic: Matt Kyp)

The scene of the crash in Ladbroke Grove (Pic: Matt Kyp)

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A bus crash in Ladbroke Grove which has injured 14 people has lead to traffic delays in the Kensal Green and Queen’s Park area.

Road closures in Ladbroke Grove at the junction of the Harrow Road are in place after a woman in her 30s was hit by the bus which is believed to have swerved and mounted the pavement.

The pedestrian has been taken to hospital with minor injuries and 12 passengers on the bus and the driver were also injured following the crash near the junction with Canal Way.

No one is believed to have received life-threatening or life-changing injuries.

The road closures will stay in place to allow emergency services ro deal with the incident.

There have been no arrests.

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