A teenage boy has died after being hit by a double decker bus in South east London this evening.
The accident happened just after 5pm on Eynsham Drive in Abbey Wood. London Ambulance service attended, but he died at the scene. No arrests have been made.
A 14-year-old boy arrested on suspicion of GBH, in connection with the stabbing of a schoolboy, also aged 14, has now been bailed.
The victim, who suffered wounds to his leg and back, was stabbed on Friday, in Abbey Wood, south-east London. Witnesses described him being attacked by two black males. One was believed to have a knife and the other a metal pole.
Anyone with any information is urged to call the Trident incident room on 0208 247 4877. To remain anonymous call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
The Seven Acres Sports Club in Abbey Wood is claiming that tunnelling work at the nearby Crossrail site is causing their pitches to flood. The problem has been going on for months. Nick Thatcher reports.
Crossrail has said it is waiting for a report from an independent specialist into why the pitches at an Abbey Wood sports club have become waterlogged.
Thames Water has said the water that has flooded sports pitches in Abbey Wood has not come from their sewers. The pitches' owner has blamed nearby work on the Crossrail link for causing the flooding.
A sports club in South East London has said its flooded sports pitches have been caused by nearby works on the Crossrail link. Martin Masher, who owns the Seven Acre Sports Club, filmed this video of the waterlogged pitches.
He says the problem started seven months ago and he has been unable to get Crossrail to take action. The club has been unable to play any matches this season.