A British Transport Police spokesman said:
– Spokesman from British Transport Police
BTP officers were to the line close to Sandy Lane, Yarnton, following a report that a vehicle had been hit by a train.
The incident was reported to BTP at 4.40pm.
Officers are currently on their way to the scene to establish the full circumstances surrounding the incident.”
There is disruption on First Great Western between Reading and Banbury as a vehicle has been hit by a train.
Trains are currently unable to run between Oxford and Banbury so buses are being arranged to replace the trains.
There is no estimate for a normal service.
This is also affecting Cross Country trains too.
The A4260 Oxford Road Northbound partially blocked due to accident involving a lorry and a car. It happened around Farmfield Road, outside Sainsburys.
Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service are investigating after a car was destroyed in a fire at the Morrisons supermarket in Banbury on 20th September 2013.
Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service were called at 7.15pm on 20th September 2013 to the Morrisons Car Park on Swan Close Road in Banbury.
Firefighters found one people carrier engulfed by flames. They used two sets of breathing apparatus and one hose reel jet to make the vehicle safe.
Thames Valley Police is appealing for information after an unknown man approached a child in a shopping centre in Banbury.
A family was at the Castle Quay shopping centre at around 12.15pm when the unknown man approached the two-year-old child and held her hand.
The father of the child intervened and the man walked away, exiting the shopping centre.
The man is described as white, aged between 60 and 68-years-old, 5ft8ins of medium build with short grey hair.
He was wearing a red Manchester United top and jeans.
Det Con Rebecca McCamley said: "This incident obviously caused concern for the parents and we would like to speak to the man in question to better understand what happened. I would ask the man, or anyone who knows him, to contact police and help us with our investigation."
Banbury MP Sir Tony Baldry talking about the Government's plans to crack down on dangerous dogs.
Video. A mental health charity say thousands of patients are having their lives put at risk because staff are routinely pinning them face down on the floor.
New figures obtained by 'Mind' show a huge variation between trusts in the South in the use of 'face-down' physical restraint. Fred and Sangeeta have the details.
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