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Crash on James Towers Way between bus and Range Rover causes morning traffic issues

Posted on - 30th May, 2024 - 7:12am | Author - | Posted in - Broughton, Fulwood, Lancashire Police, Preston News, Roads, Transport
Scene of the crash on James Towers Way
Scene of the crash on James Towers Way

There is traffic this morning on a key commuting route after a collision between a Range Rover and a bus.

Traffic is building on James Towers Way towards Preston, affecting drivers attempting to join the motorway, after the collision.

The incident happened at around 6.20am this morning, according to police (30th May).

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Images shared with Blog Preston show damage to the front of a number 45 bus.

Officers from Lancashire Constabulary are on the scene to deal with the incident. They described it as a minor injury road traffic collision.

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