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High Wycombe High street got flash mobbed. Stunned shoppers looked on as dozens of people broke into a dance to the Psy track Gangnam Style.
Footage courtesy of Rob Carey and YouTube.
Policeare appealing for witnesses after a motorcyclist died after hitting a rock on a road in High Wycombe.
It happened on Dawes Hill Lane yesterday morning. A 52-year-old man died at the scene. Officers say they believe the rock could have been placed on the road deliberately.
One lane closed and slow traffic due to an accident on the M40 Londonbound between J4 A404 / A4010 (High Wycombe Handy Cross Roundabout) and J3 A40/ A4094 (Loudwater).
A driver collided with six cars after he sped the wrong way down the M40 near High Wycombe.Read the full story ›
An eyewitness told London Tonight how he almost crashed head-on into a car being driven the wrong way down the M40 this morning. A man has been arrested after colliding with several cars.
Thames Valley Police have arrested a man after it is alleged a car was driven the wrong way down the M40 southbound between High Wycombe and Stokenchurch. The motorway is now flowing freely.
At 7:38 this morning we received reports from members of the public that a man was driving at speed the wrong way down the M40 southbound. The driver of a Mazda 6 motorcar was driving at upwards of 70 mph in the 3rd lane of the motorway. As a result of his driving he collided with 6 vehicles including a people carrier, a Mercedes and Vauxhall Astra. No one was injured as a result of these collisions.
– Thames Valley Police Spokesperson
Eyewitnesses have told ITV that a man drove his car at speed the wrong way down the M40, leaving a series of accidents in his wake.
The car, thought to be a Jaguar, was driven the wrong way between Junction 5 (Stokenchurch) and Junction 4 (Wycombe) this morning.
One eyewitness, Hans Cooper, said he believed the car was travelling at well over 100mph.