Woman fighting for life after being hit by bus in Woolwich

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A woman is fighting for her life after being struck by a bus next to Woolwich Arsenal Station.

Police rushed to the scene close the town centre in Vincent Road at 10.30am Saturday morning.

An air ambulance landed nearby to take the woman to hospital.

Pictures from the scene show a woman’s hand-bag, a raincoat and a pair of running shoes lying on the ground at the front of the bus.

A Met spokesman said the driver of the bus was not arrested.

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Police have cordoned off the road as the investigation continues.

Drivers have been advised by police to avoid the area.

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