B1061 in Little Wratting reopens after crash between bus and car

PUBLISHED: 08:46 12 January 2018 | UPDATED: 13:21 12 January 2018

Police closed off the B1061 in Little Wratting after a road traffic collision between a bus and a car.   Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Police closed off the B1061 in Little Wratting after a road traffic collision between a bus and a car. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

The B1061 at Little Wratting has reopened after a bus and car crashed earlier this morning.

The collision between the bus and the car happened at around 6.30am and police attended the scene and closed the road.

Nobody is thought to have been injured in the accident.

The bus has since been recovered from the scene and the road reopened to traffic at around 10.40am this morning.

Recovery of the bus took around 90 minutes.

A police spokesman said: “The had to remain closed for some time as there was quite a lot of oil spilled on the road and obviously, the vehicle was quite large.

“The road is now open and safe to use.”


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