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Road closed after scaffolding crashes into bus in Fulham

At around 13:25 on Tuesday 26 November a route 414 double deck bus, operated by Abellio, struck scaffolding on Gonville Street near Putney Bridge Underground Station SW6.

There are no reported injuries.

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) are currently assessing the safe removal of the bus and scaffolding until which time the road will remain closed.

There will be an investigation into this incident.

– Ken Davidson, TfL's Head of Bus Operations

Routes 39, 85, 93, 265, 270 and 414 are currently on diversion.

Rene has 'shared vision' of football at Fulham

Rene Meulensteen added: "I was impressed by the vision of Shahid Khan and Alistair Mackintosh.

"I have spent many hours talking with Martin Jol and we share a vision of how football should be played and how players should be developed. It is our job to make sure we can bring this vision to life on the pitch for the fans."

Rene Meulensteen with Wayne Rooney during his time at Manchester United Credit: Press Association

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Land the size of two snooker tables sells for £120,000

A plot of land no bigger than two snooker tables has reportedly sold at auction for £120,000. 100 people inquired about buying the 440 square foot garden in Fulham, according to the Evening Standard. Demand was so high, it was snapped up before it got to auction.

Plot of land behind the coloured panels in Fulham Credit: Google Street View

Auctioneers described the site as: "A basically level, rectangular shaped site with frontages to Fulham Road and Winchendon Road... In a very popular residential locality, close to local shopping amenities and a short distance from Parsons Green and Fulham Broadway underground stations."

'Time to impress', says Crystal Palace caretaker manager

Caretaker manager Keith Millen has urged the Crystal Palace players to make an impression when they face Arsenal on Saturday. The former Bristol City boss has taken the reigns at Selhurst Park on a temporary basis after Ian Holloway parted company by mutual consent earlier in the week. He said:

Caretaker manager Keith Millen Credit: Press Association

Keith Millen said: "It really is a challenge. It is the fixture we looked at when it came out at the start of the season. It is the reason we worked so hard last year to get promoted.

"That Wembley day seems a long way off now, how quickly things can change. But I just want the lads to enjoy the occasion, they are not doing it for me as I have told them I'm not looking for the job.

"A new manager will be coming in and it is down to them to start impressing the new manager, whoever that may be, and I think that starts on Saturday."

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