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Passengers flee after double decker bus catches fire on a London street

New Zealand Herald Monday, 14 August 2017 ()
Passengers flee after double decker bus catches fire on a London streetPassengers and a driver escaped injury after a London bus caught fire in the middle of the street.Smoke was seen billowing from the route 113 double decker as it sat alight outside Finchley Road and Frognal station in the north-west...
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News video: London double-decker bus crashes into building

London double-decker bus crashes into building 00:28

A London double-decker bus has crashed into a building in south London, injuring a number of people and trapping passengers inside. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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