Police verify ‘no fatalities’ in A39 motorbike an…


THE police have confirmed that the crash on the A39 has claimed no lives, though some individuals are being handled for severe accidents and different are classed as ‘strolling wounded’.

The double-decker bus was concerned within the crash with the motorbike within the early hours of this morning, whereas it was carrying a confirmed 70 passengers who labored on the Hinkley Level C. Not a lot is thought of what led to the crash, though it’s recognized that the bus and motorbike collided ensuing within the bus overturning in icy situations.

Of these onboard the bus, greater than 50 had been handled on the scene, with different, extra critically injured passengers being taken to hospital. One factor that isn’t recognized at this level although, is the situation of the motorbike rider concerned within the incident. Bridgwater MP, Ian Liddell-Grainger, has confirmed that three of the individuals concerned had vital accidents. Fortunately although, the police have issued a press release confirming that no fatalities have been reported.

A39 motorbike and bus crash

Talking to reporters on the scene, a spokesperson for Avon and Somerset Police mentioned:

‘We had been known as at round 6 am in the present day (Tuesday 17 January) to the A39 Quantock Highway following a road-related incident involving a double-decker bus and a motorcyclist.

‘At 6 am in the present day (Tuesday 17 January), we had been known as to the A39 Quantock Highway, in Bridgwater, following a report of a road-related incident involving a double-decker bus and a motorcyclist.



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