Police have revealed the child who died after being hit by a bus in Swindon yesterday was Caitlin Hunt.
The eight year old was pupil at nearby Rodbourne Cheney Primary School.
Wiltshire Police are appealing for witnesses following a fatal road traffic collision in Swindon last night in which an eight year old girl died.
The collision took place shortly before 5.50pm on Moredon Road close to the junction with Church Walk.
Paramedics and police officers attended the incident but the girl, from Swindon, was sadly pronounced dead at the scene.
Specially trained officers are currently helping support the family at this time.
Anyone with information is asked to contact PC Pete Williamson of the Serious Collision Investigation Team (SCIT) on 101.
Alternatively people can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where information can be left anonymously.
An eight-year-old girl has died in a collision with a bus in Swindon.
Wiltshire Police closed Moredon Road and Church Walk late yesterday as investigations continued.
Officers are appealing for witnesses.
Sussex Police are appealing for witnesses after a pedestrian was hit by a bus.
It happened near to a bus stop on South Street in Worthing on Wednesday afternoon, at around 5:30pm.
The 53-year-old woman who was hit was taken to the Royal Sussex County Hospital with a serious leg injury.
Anyone who may have seen what happened should call 101 quoting serial 1063 of 26/2.
Around 60 bus drivers from First Hampshire and Dorset will strike this Monday, after their pay fell way below their colleagues in other regions.
The strike will cause disruption for passengers and school children in the Bridport, Portland and Weymouth areas.
The drivers, who are on £8.30 an hour, are in disputes over pay as their colleagues on Yellow Buses in Bournemouth, are on more than £10 an hour.
Management have offered a 1.5% rise from April 2013 for a year which would take their pay to £8.50.
Reading Buses look back at the history of their longest serving employee who has been working at the company for 45 years.
Reading Buses were running trolley buses when Roger Tuggey 63, began as a fitter’s mate in 1962.
Roger said the fleet of over 30 trolley buses was ‘very popular’ in Reading as they were a ‘quality, fast electric vehicle.’
The fleet changed to Leyland Titans, Leyland Olympians and Tiger Coaches before new Scania’s and the latest state-of-the-art hybrids and gas buses in service today.
His job in the workshop is mainly test servicing inspection vehicles, but in the past he has been a member of the ‘E’ breakdown crew which kept vehicles in service.
He remembers the day he was on road test with a vehicle when he went down a hill and the nearside rear hub came off.
He said: "The half shaft snapped and the vehicle came to rest,” said Roger. “There was no drift? in the hub duction. This had worked the hub nut loose and it came off. Fortunately, the vehicle wasn’t in service. But it was still one of those scary happenings."
A bus driver from the Isle of Wight saved a man's life after driving in the early hours of the morning.
The incident happened on Saturday 5th October at 3.05am on the route along Halletts Shute.
Sgt Dave Sanderson from the Isle of Wight Roads Policing Unit said:
"The video shows the extraordinary danger the man put himself in. More significantly the danger he put everyone else in. Imagine the devastating impact this incident could have had on others if it were not for the amazing reactions of the bus driver."
Ten new state-of-the-art buses are to be introduced to the Isle of Wight's fleet on Friday.
The buses have been built in the UK and each cost more than £180,000.
They will be powered by eco-friendly engines and equipped with digital destination displays.
There will also be low floor easy access with space to carry wheelchairs and baby buggies.
The investment is proof of our ongoing commitment to the offer of a reliable, safe and quality bus service for islanders."
A pedestrian, who was injured when he was in a collision with a bus in Bognor, has died.
The 35-year-old local man received serious injuries when he collided with the Stagecoach bus in the road at Canada Grove, Bognor just before 4:30pm yesterday.
He was taken to Southampton General Hospital by air ambulance, but sadly died there that evening.
An 83-year-old woman who was a passenger on the bus was treated for minor injuries at St Richards Hospital in Chichester.
Anyone with information should call 101 quoting Operation Langham.