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Hampshire Police have been called to Bus Crash near Oakley Basingstoke

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Officers from Hampshire Roads Policing are currently dealing with a serious road collision in Oakley involving a double-decker bus. All three emergency services are currently at the scene. A road Closure has been put in place at Andover Road and Rectory Road to Deane Park in both directions.
Both South Central Ambulance and Hampshire Fire and rescue have also been sent to the incident. Fire crews from Overton, Whitchurch and Basingstoke which consists of four fire appliance and Rescue support are at the scene. Fire crews were called at 12.07pm on Thursday by the ambulance service.

Hampshire fire and rescue have also sent a command and control vehicle.
A spokesperson has said that crews are carrying out scene safety but was unable to confirm how many people are trapped.


The double-decker overturned on the B3400, Andover Road, in Oakley, which is currently closed in both directions. It is unclear how many people are on the bus or how many have been injured

A spokesman for South Central ambulance services said that they have 10 ambulances at or heading toward the serious accident

Drivers are being asked to avoid the area at this time.

UPDATE:1.46pm

The driver of the bus had a seizure and lost control. There were 15 people on the bus, 1 uninjured, the rest have minor injuries. The condition of the driver is not known

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