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Bus Incident Witney

Police are appealing for witnesses after an incident on a bus in Witney.

In the early hours of Sunday, at around 1.45am, the number 100 Stagecoach double-decker service, which had just left the town, was passing through the Burwell Drive area.

An altercation happened on the downstairs floor where chips were thrown around. A man, not initially involved in this argument, was kicked in the back of the leg as he left the bus, injuring his knee.

PC Charlie Hayes of Witney Police said: "We would to speak to passengers who were on 100 bus, including anyone who may have been personally involved in this incident. We are keen to find out exactly what happened and clear up this situation."

Posted : 19/09/2007 23:01:02

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