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CCTV given to police investigating bus crash

CCTV given to police investigating bus crash

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 11:36am 6th October 2019.

CCTV footage is being given to police investigating a serious bus crash in Devon.

The double-decker overturned between Totnes and Paignton at around 11am on Saturday morning.

A "major incident" was declared by emergency services after 37 people were left injured.

Eight of those are believed to be seriously hurt and were rushed to hospitals around the region.

Now Stagecoach says they are continuing to support officers with the investigation and its thoughts go out to all those involved.

Bus crash in Devon

"Our continuing thoughts are with our customers and driver involved in the accident, particularly the passengers who remain in hospital.

"We would like to thank the emergency services for their prompt and professional response to the incident and also the members of the public who assisted at the scene.

"We are continuing to support the police with their investigation into the accident and have provided CCTV footage from the bus to help establish the circumstances involved."

Stagecoach South West spokesman

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