A milk tanker has crashed into a house in Aylesbury- subsequently closing the road in both directions.
Ellen Road in Southcourt is likely to be closed for some time following the crash at 9.25am.
A milk tanker has collided with a house this morning in Aylesbury.
The crash happened at 9.25 this morning at Ellen Road in Southcourt, near the Witham Way junction.
There are no reported injuries apart from the driver of the lorry who has minor injuries.
The road is closed in both directions as firefighters access the structural damage to the affected building.
The road is likely to be closed for some time.
A serving soldier has been arrested in connection with firearms offences after bomb disposal teams were seen at a premises in Buckinghamshire.
It is thought the arrest of the soldier, in Aylesbury, is linked to ammunition that was found.
Up to three bomb disposal units were reportedly seen at a premises in Aylesbury on Sunday afternoon.
The Ministry of Defence confirmed that a soldier has been arrested in connection with firearms offences.
A spokesman said: "We can confirm a serving soldier has been arrested in connection with firearms offences.
"The matter has been handed over to the Royal Military Police.
"With their investigation ongoing it would be inappropriate to comment any further."
It's been reported there are up to three bomb disposal units at an address in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. The incident is believed to be part of a Royal Military Police investigation around the Harvey Road and Mandeville Road area. More to follow.
A 27 year old man from Aylesbury has been sentenced to 42 months imprisonment for committing two burglaries.
David Rowe, from Eeles Close, admitted a dwelling burglary and a non-dwelling burglary at Aylesbury Crown Court.
The dwelling burglary took place between Thursday 12th September and Friday 13th September in St Catherine's Court and the non-dwelling burglary took place on Monday 26th June.
Sergeant Jim Forrest, from Aylesbury local CID, said:
"This sentence sends out a clear message that burglary will not be tolerated in the area. Burglary is an intrusive crime and we will continue to work with our partners to ensure that it is both prevented and offenders who commit burglary in our area and brought to justice.”
Local MP David Lidington visited what is thought to be the last remaining snail farm in the UK.
Sophie Wharton, the owner of Aylesbury Escargots, told the MP what is involved with farming snails.
Mr Lidington said, "Having never visited a snail farm before, this was an entirely new experience and it was fascinating to visit Aylesbury Escargots to learn about the snail farming process as well as their plans for the future."
Aylesbury Escargots supplies a large number of chefs throughout the UK, especially those in London, as well as getting enquiries from European countries.
Tonight, she is the most wanted woman in the world. And, now, 190 countries are on alert - looking for Samantha Lewthwaite.
The mother of three from Aylesbury is alleged to be a leading figure in the al-Shabaab group responsible for the Kenyan mall siege.
At least 67 people died when terrorists opened fire in the Westgate Mall in Nairobi. At least 61 people are still missing.
Those who knew Samantha in Aylesbury say they can't believe she's involved in the atrocity but she's facing a number of charges, as Divya Kohli explains.
She speaks to Cllr Raj Khan and former Mayor of Aylesbury Niknam Hussain.
Vandals have caused up to £2,000 worth of damage to a sports pavilion in Aylesbury.
The attack on the Edinburgh Playing Fields facility was discovered on Tuesday evening (10 Sept) and Aylesbury Vale District Council is appealing for witnesses to come forward.
Edinburgh Playing Fields has benefitted from a number of improvements in recent years including a new play area, fitness equipment, and ball court.
Anyone with any information about the crime should contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555111. Alternatively people can contact AVDC’s Community Spaces Team on 01296 585235.
Video. The first schools that promise to better equip young people for the work place opened in the Thames Valley today. Not only will students study for academic qualifications but they will gain valuable work skills and experience and benefit from strong links with industry.
This weekend the government will begin their fightback against the recent criticism of High Speed 2 which will run through Aylesbury, Bicester and Banbury.
The Financial Times reported that Chancellor George Osbourne and other key Cabinet members will give a series of interviews to stop the mass negative comments in recent weeks.
Business leaders, MPs and campaign groups say there is no business case and the scheme should be scrapped.
However, the Government will say the scheme stands to create tens of thousands of jobs along the route.
Critics claim the scheme's cost could rise from £40 million to £80 million, however the Government say they remain 'rock solid' in support of the scheme.