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13-year-old boy hit by a bus in West London

A 13-year-old boy has been seriously injured after being hit by a bus in West London. The teenager was treated by paramedics at the scene in Ealing Broadway and taken to hospital with multiple injuries.

Smashed bus window Credit: Twitter/@LAS_Brent

Fly-tipper dumps fridge in London phone box

A fly-tipper has dumped a fridge in a phone box in West London. The bizarre appearance on Ealing high Street was reported to the council on Twitter by Lawrence Dawson.

Ealing Council says the fridge has been removed but the fly-tipper has not been found.

The fridge was empty so we won't be able to trace who put it there.

– Ealing Council

Police have "serious concerns" for woman missing from Ealing hospital

Police say they have "serious concerns" for the welfare of a woman who has gone missing from Cygnet hospital in Ealing.

Sarah Miles has been missing since Friday afternoon Credit: Metropolitan Police

30 year old Sarah Miles was last seen leaving the hospital at 3.30pm yesterday.

Police say she is often in Ealing and Surrey and want anyone who may have seen her to call Ealing CID on 0208 721 7045, 101 or Missing People on 116000.


7-year-old missing after running away from mother

7 year old Aymen Elmi was last seen in Southall town centre at 12:20 today Credit: Metropolitan Police

Police in Ealing are appealing for the public's help in tracing a missing 7-year-old boy.

Aymen Elmi was last seen in Southall town centre at 12:20 today, heading north from Southall Train Station after running away from his mother.

He has not gone missing before.

Aymen is described as a black boy, 4 foot 5 inches tall and of medium build. He was last seen wearing a dark coloured baseball hat with NY in red letters, dark blue hooded top, purple T-shirt, black tracksuit bottoms and grey running shoes.

Anyone with information should contact Ealing Police on 101.

London Ambulance service was 'too busy' to respond immediately

We were called at 5.31pm to Uxbridge Road.

From the information received, it was established that the patient was conscious, but unfortunately because we were very busy we were not able to send an ambulance immediately.

We did dispatch crews at two different times, but they were then redirected to other patients who were reported to be more seriously ill or injured.

We arrived at the scene just before 8.30pm and the patient was taken to hospital.

– London Ambulance Service

The woman's condition is unknown.

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